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I would check all of your fuel delivery system first. Make sure your gas line at the motor end has pressure and that you haven't hooked up the hose in reverse ( it happens). If fuel squirts out when you push in the little ball with a pointy object, you're good. Next, I would check the screen /filter on the fuel pump and maybe clean up the screen with a little carb cleaner. If it was running good last time you used it, the last thing I would mess with is the carb.
The answer is that ALL 2-stroke engines requires that you mix oil with the gas. ALL 4-stroke engines do not take oil in the gas. So the simple answer is if there is no place to add oil, then you have to mix oil in the gas - not the same kind of oil though! I don't know this particular model, but I have never seen a 4-stroke wearable leaf-blower. The kind on wheels could be either, but most (maybe all) are 4-stroke.
You need to turn OFF your Filter Key option for beeping key strokes.
1) Go to START > Control Panel > Accessibility Options
2) In the window Accessibility Options > select the tab Keyboard
3) Under frame FILTER KEYS, select button SETTINGS
4) In the window Settings For FilterKeys > under NOTIFICATION >
5) UNcheck "Beep when keys pressed or accepted".
Lets just keep it simple for not and start with replacing the fuel filter. The fuel filter has a life of 30,000 miles or 1 year before it needs to be replaced. If it has not been replaced for a while it may be at the end of it's life and needs to be replaced, the dirt in the filter is causing the fuel from flowing at the recommended amount to the fuel injectors. Good luck and hope this helps.
....Nor do you have the parts. I answered you earlier today. If it were a simple fix/ adjustment I'd be happy to provide it. You need a trained technician, and only technicians will have the codes. You can find yourself in even bigger difficulty messing with service procedures that you know nothing about...cut your losses.
The two most important aspects of four-stroke maintenance are frequent oil/filter changes, and regular valve clearance checks/adjustments. And some four-strokes (RMZ450 for example) have a manual timing chain tensioner that must be regularly checked/adjusted. Everything else is exactly like a two-stroke.
You have to change the rings from the voice mail server. If you don't know your way around the server, its best to get a local NEC tech although it is fairly simple to navigate. Depends on your skill. Typical default password for the server is NEC
At the risk of giving a simplistic answer, let me go through the steps I go through every time I use mine:
1) Plug it into the wall
2) Take out the upper "hopper" and fill it up to the fill line with hot water
3) Put in the capful of cleaning solution (about 2 oz.)
4) Gently swish it back and forth, then put back into upper unit until it clicks into place
5) For best results, set the vacuum on Dry and vacuum the house first, then clean the lower "hopper"
6) Set the vacuum to Wet, put the scrub brushes on, depress the trigger and do overlapping strokes, a section at a time I depress the trigger on the push stroke, then release it for the pull stroke. I clean a section, then turn off the scrub brushes and go over it again without the scrub brush or touching the trigger (trying to pick up as much water as possible).
On average, when refilling the water/cleaner solution for the top hopper, empty and clean the lower hopper. When the floors are finished, completely clean that lower hopper or it will smell!
Hey, I just fixed mine!! check out this fix posted previously. The filter mentioned is a wire mesh filter & I used a flathead screw driver to scrape out the dog hair.
"Turned out to be so simple. Look down at the machine. On the right is the green spiral to indicate the wheels are turning. Right above that is a cover that can be popped off to allow access to a small filter. If the filter is blocked, air intake is blocked, and the brushes will not turn. Mine was clogged. Took the 2 seconds to remove the material and the machine was fixed!"