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My backpack blower won;t start. I replaced the spark plug and it still won't start. Can you make a suggestion?

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Check and make sure the rubber hoses coming out of the fuel tank are not broken and look inside also if not that carb is cloggged up maybe pull the fuel hose off and spray some gumout up into it to open up the jet, spray some gumout in the carb and see if you get a sputter out of it then you know your not getting any fuel.. carb needs cleaning

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