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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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if you have spark remove the sparkplug and priming the engine(put some gas in sparkplug hole into the cilinder).Pull the rope for starting engine as many times as you need until the engine starts but without any choke and the switch on the on position.Please let me know what is going on.

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Have you Removed the Muffler and Checked the Exhaust Port and Muffler for Carbin Restriction?
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Priming the engine(put some gas in the sparkplug hole ,after you have checked the sparkplug,the colour of the spark has to be violet).Start the engine.If it starts there is a carburation problem,change the fuel lines to primer bulb.

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Hi gr2954;

Lots of the starting problems with 2 cycle engines (weed eaters, blowers, chain saws, etc) are caused by leaving them stored for long periods of time with the oil/gas mixture left in them. what happens is that a residue forms on parts in the carb.

Try the following: empty the fresh gas out of the blower. add a gas stabilizer to the existing gas you plan to put in the blower. You can get this stabilizer at any auto parts store. While you are there get a can of spray start fluid. Put the fresh, modified gas in the blower. Take the spark out and spray some starter fluid in the plug hole.Replace the spark plug and try to start the engine.It will probably take a few cycles of doing this to get the blower to stay running.
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