Paul Huskey: First time with my snowblower... seems like it's revving too high. Not sure
what it's supposed to sound like. Do you adjust the upper screw CW or CCW
to decrease idle speed?
Michael Hammer: my carb is leaking fuel, and it is not running well. i tried cleaning out
the jets and ports with it on the snowblower. i did remove the bowl and
clean it and the purge jet. i did not remove the float, and clean the
needle, and seat. i am thinking the seat is dirty and not letting the
needle seat properly.
Jim Dent: I just cleaned the carb on my snowblower which would not run for me very
well this year. It runs great now but I notice that the muffler is glowing
a bit and flames shoot out the muffler when I go from high to low RPMs.
My carb is like the first one you show in this video. Any suggestions?
Stephen Kuper: I bought a Sears craftsman worked great for last 4 years. This winter it's
seems to surge up and down during idle and when underload. Sometimes small
backfire after coming out of being under load if load not put back on it
right away. Any ideas.
J Smitty: Where is the air filter on the newer engines?
Terry g: Thanks for your help bud, you fixed my issue...good video.
Dan Allain: I have the older type carburetor, When I prime it, fuels squirts out near
the top, an inch or so above the bowl gasket... Do i need a new carb, do
you think? I took it apart and the float has a crack in it also.
flamethis: I was messing with mine all night (just picked it up as a freebie) it won't
run. Starts if I squirt some fuel in the carb but dies right out. I'm
thinking it's the adjuster on the bottom of the bowl now. I didn't check it
before cleaning so I think I tightened it right up.
Tyler P: Hey thanks for this video... I just finished cleaning and tuning the
carburetor on a 80's 9 horse craftsman snow blower I got from a friend.
Got it up and running like a top with your help. Thanks again
pete barber: Great video bro...keep on keeping on...hope the wife is feeling better...
bsox67: Used this video and the carb cleaning video to fix a freebie toro snow
blower and got it running like a top...Then moved on to a problematic husky
saw and fixed it (broken gas line) by watching Don's chain saw vids. No
other way to say it... Don's the man!
Frank Breen: I have the 9HP OH318SA/OH358SA model. It "hunts" rpm goes up and down
without a load. With a load it runs fairly smoothly. What video would you
Vince Ski: Hi just repaired my hsk-70 tecumsech after the repair I noted that the main
crank seal belt side Is leaking oil, thay turn the auger the will I need a
puller after I lousen the set screw? any tips for doing this, I plan to
replace all 3 seals cam and flywheel
fjqtaxch9: Great video how-to! Enabled me to tune my 18 year old Toro with the old
style Tecumseh 10hp engine. The shute had been clogging in the heavy wet
snow we've been having. Doesn't clog anymore!
Daniel Goins: This was good had to familiarize with this carb,mine has more issues than
Mario Lap: Finally I'm going to make my snow blower work. This summer I had no time
and someone gave is snow blower and it was outside all summer. My
carburetor was all clogged. I clean it and install a new carburetor kit. I
just to make the adjustment. THANKS
noclouds111: dony, you were born to teach. Thanks!
James Guild: Hammer, Mine was leaking bad and I discovered it was the bowl gasket.
william staley: Thanks for taking the time your a good man
MyDailyFocus: Hey dony! Love your videos. I have a snow blower that starts and idles but
shuts off as soon as it touches even 2" of snow. I've been told maybe I'm
getting too much air. Any tips?
noynic: When I purge the carb I see fuel leak out from the bowl. How can I stop
this or is it a safety measure? Seems odd if it is a safety measure.
Pro1er: Nice video and very nice camera work!
MrZombieIsHungry: My snow blower was running a bit rough and I was not sure exactly how to
adjust it to run smoother. I came on youtube looking for answers and found
your video. Thank you for a well done video that explains everything very
easy and clear as it was a great help.
James Braun: One of my neighbors gave away a 179CC Craftsman electric start snowblower.
I started and it runs, but runs rough. Do you have a recommended video on
how to start diagnosing this problem. Thank you.
Steven Zucchi: Thanks, nice explanation!
Sam Jonhanson: Thanks Dony! My Tecumseh in my sander/salter was a pain to start and ran
crappy. I cleaned the bowl, nozzles etc......and it works great!
James Silverman: I got some small stones caught in the snowblower on second time I used it.
The auger is stuck shut and if I try to engage it it makes a high pitched
sound, but does not turn. Please offer suggestion what to fix and how.
Dylan Forrest: well it run then die then run and die
Kenny Walters: Terrific and super informative videos. All of your information is right on
target and 100% accurate. I appreciate the time you have taken to prepare
your videos. They have saved me a lot of time correcting issues and saving
spending unnecessary money. Many, many thanks. Ken W..
Kevin Pipes: "If you can't explain it simply, you don't understand it well enough." -
tim pontius: My carb is leaking and I replaced the bowl gasket
David Allan: Very nice video. You did a really nice job showing all those screws. Clear
and instructive. Thanks.
steve M: Man you my hero.u too smart and you do a good job.
FirstFrank LastBesek: Just watching your videos are fun and enlightening donyboy. I like to see
what makes it tick and you do a tremendous job in explaining it and filming
it. Many thanks for your taking the time and trouble to share. God Bless !
Roomie Kay: Great video, such a young man with so much knowledge, I have gotten less
information from a guy thats been in business for 30 years.
Robert Banas: Awesome videos! Can't wait to get this old 87 craftsman snowblower running
tomorrow. Gonna clean and readjust the carb according to your advice and
should be up and running in no time. Thanks Again!
irtoast: Great videos. Just saved me a ton of time. Thanks.
JaY fOSTER: if my engine is the old type, and it is surging (revving up and down
constantly in idle or in use)....which screw should I be adjusting?
Shawn Stewart: I just cleaned and adjusted per your great videos and my exhaust smokes
when I stop the engine? Its an older craftsman snow blower with 5 hp. What
Pierre-Luc Simard: Would both types of carburetor fit older generation models?
TheTbubba: Hi Donny: Love your videos. Changing the drive gear on an electric starter
was a breeze thanks to you. Today I discovered that my older model Briggs
snow thrower is leaking from the plunger valve on the bottom of the carb. I
suspect the gasket inside the bowl has disintegrated. Do you have a video
that shows how to change that part out? Hopefully while leaving the carb
attached. Any advice is greatly appreciated.
Mark Trachy: I need that first carb...any idea of where I can get it?
TA223R: Very good info, got my machine running great, just in time for darkness,
lol. Oh well guess i get to play tomorrow. Thanks
tchjjal: Thanks. This was very helpful!
majordave100: Feakin worked! Smooth running - was surging like a madman and stalling
before I ever got to the notch down low - THANKS!
stev379: I rebuilt a Tecumseh 5.5's carb 2 years ago, then put it away for a season
only to have it fail to start. Snow wasn't bad enough till now so I took it
apart, cleaned it and replaced a washer and cap. I would not have done as
well as I did if not for the specific details you gave and video of the
spray coming through. You made sure the glare from the light didn't prevent
understanding. My machine is running smoother and better than ever. Thank
you for taking the time to share your knowledge. You do good for people.
strangebrutoo: I have the "more recent" type of carburetor. If the carburetor can not be
adjusted by a fuel mixture screw, then how is that mixture adjusted? My
engine has a few problems. It wont idle, it just conks out if I lower the
throttle less than half. I tried to adjust the idle speed, it didn't do
much. Also, more importantly, it doesn't run as strong as I would like at
full throttle. I tried to adjust the full throttle speed, that helped a
little but hard to tell how much to rev up. In addition, and most
importantly, I have to keep choke about halfway, even after its completely
warmed up for 20 minutes. if I put the choke on 'no choke' or 'full
choke', it doesn't run well at all. Is that normal? Any ideas? thanks
Rock Levesque: thanks for the video, I will see if this work. My snow blower is an older
model and i got it all tuned up last year and it ran great all winter but
this year, it does not keep it's idle and rev up and down when the throttle
is mid way up . any suggestions?
whitegreg56: My Ariens works great except for one problem. When moving a lot of snow the
engine suddenly stalls out for no apparent reason. It has nothing to do
with the auger/impeller get jammed up. I've found that if I shake the whole
blower as it starts to stall, it sometimes comes back. I did clean the
carburetor and adjust the mixture screws. Is this likely a problem with the
high-speed jet getting plugged?? Or, something else??? Should I drain the
Lucian Marin: Great vids! I have the same Tec engine with the old carburetor and when I
prime it it squirts gas and the priming rubber feels spongy as if it's not
building pressure. Do you know what it could be?