Big Roy wrote at 2009-01-12 18:33:00
i had a similar problem.I lost the rubber gasket in the gas cap,when i refuel.Replace the gas cap and resolve my problem.Sometime it s that simple.Doesn't cost anything to check.
alright wrote at 2009-01-20 22:19:32
I've had a similar problem before just to find out that the gas cap on the tank wasn't breading right so the gas fead wasn't strong enough. Loosen your gas cap and try again.
Jose wrote at 2014-10-27 23:08:32
I had the same trouble and the same snow blower and i fixed it by removing the hose intake to the carburetor and rerouting it to the gas tank away from the engine block. I think it was having gas lock.I also relocated the gas tank bolting it to the handle bars on a 2x4 piece of wood.
Ex-Tool & Die Maker. For the last 30 years I have performed maintenance on a large estate, including mechanical repairs of cars, trucks, tractors, ATV's, carts & trailers, chainsaws, mowers, snowblowers, machinery, hand tools. I do blade & tool sharpening, modifications and adaptations requiring designing and fabrication of accessories or parts made of metal, wood or plastic. Indoor skills include repair of appliances, furniture, electrical wiring, plumbing and structure.