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Starts when its cold, shut it down and it will not restart

My blower will start when its cold, but after it runs for a few minutes and shut it off, you can hang it up, it will not start for anything. Got any ideas

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Carb needs to be cleaned. This is happening because you are flooding out the piston and the air mixture is not being aloud into the mixture to cause enough spark. Take some carb cleaner to it and make sure you let it sit in the carb and into the other orfices long enough to work this will solve your problem

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