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It runs only with the choke on when you take it off it well shut down

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Check the air jet adjustment, still not remove the carburetor and clean it well and replace new jets and dont forget also the throtle

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Start snow blower runs for 3 min. and starts to over heat checked oil its ok then stats to shut down like its not geting oil


Why do you say its over heating .Runs for 3 minutes the oil is OK .
Do you understand how the choke works .
bacsicly you prime the mechine in cold condutions 3-4 pumps choke to max throttle at 3 /1/4 .
Start backing off the choke after 3-to4 mins .
The choke shuts the fresh flow down to the engine in cold condutions ware it needs more fuel then air to run.
When the engine starts to get hot it can't run with out fresh air to mix with the gas it won't run anymore because there is to much gas and not enough air
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It's possible that your choke linkage may be the problem. Or the choke is partically on when it's running. A choke is required when it's cold but not required when it's hot. Check the intake of the carburetor to see if the choke butter fly opens all the way when you shut the choke down. Good luck.

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My br420c blower runs fine for about 20 seconds and then shuts off like the switch has been turned off


possibility 1) It sounds like it is sucking air with the gasoline. 2) don't rush the choke, leave it running on high with 1/2 choke. When you go to move the choke to off, move it very very slowly while the governor can catch up and raise the revs. Or slow the revs down before turning the choke off.

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The running on choke is caused by a fuel restriction. Check the fuel flow from the tank to the carburetor.Change the fuel filter if it has one. If its good, then the restriction is in the carburetor. The generator is shutting down due to the low rpm coming from the engine. A carburetor rebuild may need to be done.

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Runs on full choke 1/2 choke shuts down


Start with the simple inexpesive things first, replace the fuel filter in the tank, check the fuel hoses up to the carb for cracks or leakage, replace if required.

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My homelite blower starts but after on run position shuts down


Ck and see if it has a choke. If it is on full choke, reduse choke after you put in on full run.

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I have a 05' Yamaha 650 V Star and it will only run if the choke is fully out, hot or cold engine. If the choke is pushed in, it immediately dies.


Has the bike been parked for two weeks or more? If so, the fuel has most likely gummed up and plugged fuel passages and jets. Might try adding 1/2 to full can of SeaFoam to existing fuel in the tank, crank the bike and run (with choke if you have to) at a high idle for several minutes. Shut it down and let set for an hour or so allowing the SeaFoam to work. Start bike again and run at high idle again, trying to run it without the choke. If this doesn't work, then the carb probablyneeds a tear down and a manuel cleaning and reset.

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