Bad plug. even worse gas.
2 stroke oil breaks down and makes the fuel dirty after so long in the gas can. Also check your filter to assure its not got alot of leaf debris. -Jeff Anchorage Small engine repair.
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If you can observe through the exhaust and see the cylinder have the appearance similar to the image it is likely the cylinder and the piston are kaput(lost).
Parts are available and come in a kit with the piston and cylinder matched If the rings are not already on the cylinder than be very careful The rings are keyed in both up facing and angular position by a tab in the ring grove of the piston..
blue smoke is the sign of burnin oil try putting oil in thr cylinder about two tablespoons of oil the blower should run long enough to the oil is burned out that will tell it is the rings but sometimes it will free the rings and keep on running if your lucky
dont sound good but you could try this, put some motor oil in the cyclinder which gives it false compression couple of table spoons ,remove the spark plug put 2 spoonsfull in the cyclinder put the sparkplug back in it should start sometimes it will free the rings or if it just runs a little then quits the rings or ring could be stuck
Had the similar problem- start with removing the exhaust intake plate 1st--- clogs with super fine dust initially then larger particles... Mine was completely clogged- cleaned er' out now she blows like the wind!
But sounds like the carbourator is dirty, Probably fouled with old gas varnish. When it is idling give it a little throttle, flip the choke on and then full throttle. If it goes full throttle and doesn't conk out, it is a fuel issue.