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I have a used ECHO PB620 backpack blower that has started losing power intermittently---like it's either experiencing insufficient fuel flow . I just changed the dirty air filter, but this didn't help. It will blow fine and very strong for a few minutes, but when it gets good and warmed up, the engine acts like it's smothering, unless I back off the throttle and let it rest a second or two at idle.

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Fuel line weak or clogged is likely suspect... good luck

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2. The wiring. There could be a dodgy connection in the wiring to/from the fan motor which is intermittently cutting power flow to the fan motor.
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