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Homelite backpack blower ut08083 or ut08111 engine surges up and down after warm up.lplug and airfilter fine

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Could be two things from description the first is the carb needs a clean out and the second is the metal flap behind the engine cowl has corroded awy reducing its size ,most likely is the carb though as its one of them funny ones designed to work at any angle like a chain saw.So firstly try cleaning the carb out and see what happens ,these always get choked up when not used regular as when put away teh carb isnt drained so petrol evaporates leaving a fine white coating which can and does block the jets up

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