Question about Homelite Consumer Products Backpack Blower/Vac, Carb
Try replacing the in-line fuel filter, the Air Filter and Spark Plugs. Also make sure that you are using the proper start up procedure. In many cases that means using the highest choke setting until the engine tries to start, then going to the next choke setting and so forth until you get to no choke. It is imperative that you let engine run for at least 5 minutes before use to warm up. This will ensure a longer life and consistent running.
Posted on Oct 06, 2009
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