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Engine stops when moved from choke to regular throtle (from position A to B on my model).

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Go to this site, and read up on the problem- it delineates possible faults and fixes:
The main thing to check is that air flow is sufficient to run the machine. I would concentrate on that first.
Enter your model at this web page, and they may have your manual, in case you don't:

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