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Briggs&stratton snow thrower model 536.881510

The thrower bogs down and dies out after auger touches the snow

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Sounds like a belt that is worn out or needs adjusting to tighten it up.

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The tires are probably tubeless type. If the bead is broken ( not sealed to the rim) the tire will not inflate. Taking the weight off the tire will some times allow the bead to seal against the rim and allow tire to be inflated. You can also put a small ratchet strap around the tread of the tire and tighten it up. This will squash the tire and make the bead seal up. MAKE SURE to loosen strap as soon as bead seals and tire begins to inflate. Hope this helps.

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Dry the spark plug it might probably wet

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