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The carburator may be dirty or the fuel filter might be clogged. I would take it off and clean it with some carb cleaner and see if that fixes your problem. It might be benificial to run fuel stabilizer after you clean it.
Hi Tom. You are not doing anything wrong. That being said, your edger has a slightly gummed up carbeurator. I would go to an auto parts store and get a can of a product called seafoam. this is a gasoline additive. Add one ounce per gallon of gas and use this as the fuel for your edger. You will solve your problem in just a few minutes after using this product, I believe. Give it a try and let me know.