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Snow blower spark plug replacement

I have a Toro S200 paddle snow blower that I don't have a user's manual for. I was wondering how often I should check or even replace the spark plug ?

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I would check it at the start of every season and clean it. If you note that it seems to be running rich and might have fouled the plug, you can always pull it and check it again. Probably not a bad idea to check it before you put it away for the season. As for replacement, it depends on condition. I would think that you should get two or three season's use out of it before needing to replace it, at least.

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