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Last modified on 10-07-2015
"With winter right around the corner, Francis M From Massachusetts, wanted to make sure his Toro snow blower was ready to go. He remembered at the end of last winter the snow blower would shut off quickly before he could finish the job. Now, after being stored away all winter, the snow blower wouldn’t start at all. Francis knew this was a sign his carburetor needed some attention and TLC. Luckily this is a relatively easy repair on the Toro snow blower. Following along with our how-to video, Francis removed and disassembled the existing carburetor. Remembering what a friend told him about his carburetor repair, Francis has a container ready to catch any leftover gas that might be still remaining in the carburetor from last year. Once all the pieces of the snow blower's carburetor were disassembled, Francis had the opportunity to properly clean it out. Unlike his friend, he didn’t have an ultrasonic cleaner but was able find carburetor cleaner spray in his garage that did a great job removing all the dirt and grime from the small openings and passages. He also paid attention to emulsion tube, main jet, and bowl, knowing they needed to be cleaned before they could be resembled. Once he was confident the Toro carburetor was clean he reassembled it with ease making sure to replace the emulsion tube, float and metering needle, bowl gasket, bowl, and blow screw. Then, after reattaching the carburetor to the throttle link and mounting it back onto the snow blower, Francis was able to replace the primer hose and fuel line easily with a pair of pliers and a screwdriver. All that was left was reattaching the rear snow blower shroud with the bolts and he was done his Toro snow blower repair. By doing this easy repair Francis was confident his snow blower would be able to handle whatever weather this winter had in store for him.

If you live somewhere that is often blanketed in snow and you find yourself frequently having to take your snow blower out of storage we recommend cleaning and rebuilding the carburetor at least once a year. It doesn’t take much time or require many tools and by doing this will ensure your Toro snow blower runs smoothly and will prolong the life of your engine. There would be nothing worse than being stuck in a snow storm with a snow blower that doesn’t start!
Best Review
Hello, as a non-technical person I've been able to do some maintenance on my Toro 51938 grass trimmer. Your Youtube videos have been very helpful, especially in changing the fuel lines and primer bulb.
Marc L.
California, USA
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