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I have a saers craftman 200 blower, installed a new sparkplug. only to have it still not to start.

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Bad fuel is prob your culprit, drain tank and carb and add fresh 89 octane gas oil mix, check for broken fuel lines and clogged inlet screen inside the carburetor. hope this helps

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