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If the choke is pushed in the butterfly should be all the way open. when the choke is pulled then it will close the butterfly to choke it making it run on less air and more gas till it starts.

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I just took my new snowblower model # 247.883940 out of the shipping crate today. When I choke the engine to start it will start but when i open the choke at what position should be in engine warm


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bye

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