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Poulan troubleshooting I have a brand new poulan pro 208cc snowblower that I cannot get started. Gas tank is topped off - not sure if I am doing the starting process in then wrong order??? The electric start is turning the however it isn't turning over. Help please as about to get hit with 8-12" of snow tonight.

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if old gas was left in the tank and not flushed it makes the carb stick and won't allow the proper gas flow to the motor...I would first test the plug by verifying it has spark..if it does what i do at times is quickly spray some quick start in the plug chamber and reinsert the plug and try to restart...this at times will get the spark going and allow the motor to start.....you can also try to spary some in the carb before starting...just a squirt or two....the best thing to do is actually clean out the carb as it is likely the issue.....hope this helps

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If the engine has a float type carburetor, remove the float cover and see if the float is hung in the down position. If so free it up and make sure it will now operate freely up and down. If not and the bowl is full of crud, you will have to remove and clean the carb.

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Replace the fuel filter. Sounds like you have the primer lines hooked up backwards.

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Not used in 10 years. Was there gas left in the tank? If so the carb is likely gummed up and may need to be taken apart and soaked in "Gunk" solvent and a new kit installed.

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