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I have a Ariens ST622 Model# 946501... gas was leaking around the gas filter ball, so I replaced the rubber gasket, but it won't start, unless I prim it & it will start & then shut off.. any suggestions?

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I suspect your saw is a bit long of tooth. The hole is your tank vent. There is usually a one way valve that only allows to enter the tank. Perhaps it is a victim of ethanol degradation as are many rubber parts in older saws. If you can find a new cap it should remedy the problem at least for a while.

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SOURCE: there is oil in my air filter and pooled around

Perhaps you tipped your mower over to clean underneath it? If you tip it the wrong way, yes, the oil will run up and into the carburetor, then out the carb and into the air filter. An oil leak would not cause this to happen due to gravity. If this was caused by tipping the mower, then let it set upright for a time and let everything run back to where it's suppose to go. It will take a bit to start it, but should work then. I'm hoping this is what your problem is. I hope this helps.
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SOURCE: poulan 446t Will start, won't continue to

Have you tried adjusting the idle? On my 42cc, the adjusting screw is in the hole right above the primer bulb. Turn it clockwise to increase idle speed.

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It sounds like there is sediment in the carb bowl. Remove the gas line from the carb and plug the line with a phillips head screwdriver. Remove the bolt in the bottom of the bowl and carefully tap on the bowl to loosen it without damaging the rubber gasket. Clean the bowl, and blow the ports in the bolt out. Raise and lower the float inside the bowl space to make sure that it is working freely. Re-assemble making sure to seat the rubber gasket properly.
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