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If your last paragraph is the question, I think it is far too broad. You would be best off getting the manual and with its help: reconnecting anything that should be connected cleaning anything dirty or full of insects etc check continuity of all wires individually and replace any that are faulty check spark plugs check air inlets move all mechanical parts ...
The first things to check that come to mind... Make sure all the fuses are in place. He could have pulled one or more. check that the spark plug wires are connected tightly to the spark plugs and distributor. check the electrical connections on the ignition coil. check the electrical connections for the fuel pump and fuel injection if it is injected. make ...
The upper hose that you found cut and zip tied is likely to be a vacuum line, rather than a fuel supply line. (image credit www.scootusa.com) If so, the fact that it is cut and plugged should not be causing your failure to start, it is likely an emissions-related feature that is activated when you get off the gas.
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