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Snow blower is running sluggish with the choke in the on position

After the blower is started, I move the choke to the off position, but it cuts off and the only way it remains running is to move the choke back to the on position. Its not running to its full capacity and power. I have a toro, model # 38170.

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  • allezrider02 Jan 28, 2009

    Mine is a Model S620 with the same issue, and if you attempt to use it while running this way, it dies. Seems to run good with the choke in the on position. I'm thinking that maybe because of the choke position that it may be an air issue???

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It sounds like you my need to rebuild and clean the carburator. Or you have an air leak between the carb and the cylinder.

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