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If you haven't already, dump out gas and put fresh in it and try this, if it doesn't work you will have to clean the carb, take it apart and clean all jets ports etc and put back together and you should be Good to Blow Snow, pretty common problem with Small Engines that set half the season.
Have you tried using starter fluid? Sounds like the timing may be off or it may be flooded. Pull out the spark plug and see if it is wet. If so dry off the plug and pull the engine over with no plug (move the spark plug wire away from the spark plug and ground it out so it wont cause a fire). This will spit out the excess gas in the cylinder and then put it back together and try again. What model is the Toro?
There is trash in your carburetor blocking the main jet. You are going to have to remove the carburetor and give the carburetor a thorough cleaning. Watch out for the spray carb cleaner, wear safety glasses or a face shield as when cleaning out the carb the passages can redirect back at your face.
Bad fuel or check for water in your fuel! Clean your carb and float bowl. Empty gas
into a clear container, if there is two levels of liquid one of them is
water. Of course make sure you have good spark plug.
this is a very common problem with these toro mowers. the needle valve in the bowl of the carb. is plugged up with dirt or varnish from the fuel. just under the primer bulb there is the carb bowl. it has a nut under it that holds it on remove the bowl and make sure fuel flows constantly while the bowl is off. push up on the float to stop the gas flow. this could be messy and dangerous. careful with the gas. its flammable. best solution is to remove the carb and soak it overnight in a parts cleaner like gunk. caution small parts inside. this happins every year on mine no matter what i do. seems like the orifice is so small it clogs easily. good luck