Snow Blower Will Not Start?

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If your snow blower will not start it may have a clogged fuel line. It might also not have an fuel in the tank. It is best to drain the old fuel and replace with new fuel if it has sat for a long time period.
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1. Insert the ignition key into the starter. The key is a safety device that prevents the snow blower from starting if the key is not inserted. 2. Push the choke lever to "Full
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Your carburetor needs to be cleaned or rebuilt. Youtube has some good videos on doing this yourself. I am not mechanical at all and had the same problem as you. I cleaned the carburetor
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A used snowblower takes the sting out of winter cleanup while saving money at the same time. Do your homework before you shop however; buying another person's headaches won't solve
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John Deer makes a top quality snow blower. Yes, the ones that I have used work quite well. But John Deere snow blowers are now built by Briggs and Stratton, who also builds Simplicity
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