Question about Toro Lawn Mower With Toro Power Tools
I got this Toro CCR Powerlite 3 horse power snow blower at a tag sale and it did not come with a manual I need to know how to work it and what type of oil and gas to put in it
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: toro powerlite ccr model#38175
seems to me you have water or dirt in you carb pull the carb off take the bowl off clean it real good try to do so over a bowl or bucket to see the fuel that comes out to determine if its water or just dirt
Posted on Feb 05, 2009
The new primer bulb should have come with a plastic retaining ring. If you have the new ring then pull the old ring and primer bulb out with long nose pliers.
Then you insert the new rubber bulb until the outer part of the bulb face mates with the carb face. Then install the ring press both pieces into place until it is just below flush.
(If the new bulb did not come with a new plastic ring... you are going to have to ever so gently coax the old ring out with your fingers crossed hoping it does not break.) I have personally broken more than 50% of the old rings... trying to get them out.
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Posted on Apr 22, 2010
Hi my names Dane, and I'm going to help you.
The mix on the toro CCR 2450 is 50:1 I don't know if you;re having any more problems, but I wanted to include this link for you to check out. I'll let you judge.. Thanks! Dane
Posted on Dec 12, 2010
SOURCE: My toro snow blower, ccr
4 stroke engines that do this, sometimes have a problem with the fuel tank venting. If the tank isn't venting correctly, a vacuum will result, and fuel will cease to flow to the carburetor. Make the the fuel cap isn't getting smothered and is able to "breathe." Check the holes in it and make sure it is clean. If snow covers it while operating, occasionally wipe it off. Many people have had this problem in the South in warm weather with their lawnmowers and as puzzling a problem as it is, sometimes this is the simple solution. Clean that fuel tank cap and keep it that way.
Posted on Dec 13, 2010
Next step would be to check the ignition module(coil),I have a lawnmower that uses the same 2 cycle engine. Check coil for spark by removing the spark plug from the block then connect the insulator side of the sparkplug back to the coil then ground the plug by touching the threaded side to the block away from the sparkplug hole while turning the engine over. Should see a spark, if not you'll need a new coil,not hard to replace. calls for Briggs & Stratton #80-1268 you can also use a Toro/Lawnboy coil #99-2911 or #99-2916 or #684049.
Posted on Feb 02, 2011
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