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I have a homelite blower. It is getting fire and too much gas for its on good. What do i need to do to the carb. to keep it from flooding out before it even starts? Thanks

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SOURCE: Homelite 2 cycle backpack leafblower won't run.

Sounds like the exhaust port is clogged with carbon/oil buildup. My three yr old Craftsman Blower/Vac did the same thing and all I could think of was the carburetor or fuel lines were clogged. But after replacing the fuel lines and air blowing out the carburetor it wouldn't start and then when it did start it only idled. A friend suggested I take off the muffler and cylinder head. Clean out all the old carbon and oil buildup from the exhaust port. It was so clogged up that maybe a bb could have only passed thru. Once I removed all the carbon, put it back together, it fired right up, idled like it was brand new and went to full speed with no problems

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