Hi everyone. New to this forum as a member but have found it useful when any issue has arisen with my Expert 1.9D non turbo DW8 engine. My troubles started in the summer when after a period of non use and standing in the heat of several sunny days, it refused to start. I finally got it going with a dash of easy start but after another period of non use it has firmly refused to start. I have replaced the battery and the stop solenoid but no change. I had a mobile mechanic come around to look at it but I was not filled with confidence when he started taking it apart. After about 15 minutes of struggling to remove the EGR he said he would have a go with easy start. There was nothing. The engine kept turning but no attempt of starting. He informed me that the cambelt had slipped and the engine was knackered. I paid him, he left and I decided that since the engine is dead, I'll have a look at it. Using a youtube video on how to change a cambelt, I was able to align the camshaft cam, fuel pump cam and the flywheel and everything was in line so I assume the cambelt has not slipped. I have tried bleeding the fuel lines but when I crack open an injector I get very little if any fuel. When turning over I can feel pulses of air coming through the exhaust. There are no nasty metallic noises coming from the engine to suggest any catastrophe. Any thoughts welcome.