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Getting the snow blower ready to use for the winter. Added new fuel, primed and tried to start. Engine doesn't fire. Primed again and it sounded like puffs of air. Removed fuel line from carburetor and no fuel comes out. Blow into the fuel line and there is no resistance. Like blowing through a straw. Any suggestions?
Gasoline brakes down over time. What happens all the things the facilities uses to make gas separates and you end up with all the bad stuff. You may need to remove fuel tank and clean it out plus the carb may need the same thing done to. If you have to clean the carb get a rebuild kit. It's easy to rebuild but you may need to take the carb with you so they can get the numbers of it to make sure you get the right kit.
Posted on Nov 10, 2014
Testimonial: "Thanks for the response. I went back to work on the machine and was able to remove a couple of the plates protecting the fuel line and carb. Turns out what I thought was the fuel line to the carb was actually the choke line! I found the fuel line from the tank and bled out all of the fuel from the tank. After adding fresh fuel, the darn thing cranked right up!"
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