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Posted by Jon on Thursday, February 06, 2014:

I have an old lawn boy snow blower that will run as long as I spray starting fluid or something like that into the carb. I took the carb off the engine and the bowl in the gas tank was bone dry, I don't see any form of pick up tune from that but the tube from the carb goes into that bowl. What I'm wondering if there is something that I need to do to keep fuel pressure in the tank so it will run under it's own power. It's a 72 or 74 model I believe, any advice would be appreciative!




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