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I can only get the thing to start if I warm it up with a space heater. I have to pull it, the electric start just grinds. When it's cold it simply won't start.


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that is a 2 cycle engine , has all old oil/fuel mix been removed from tank and carb if it has been sitting a long time.
I would clean carb, make sure to use fresh oil/fuel mixed to specs. check plug condition, or replace.

The starter is probably not engaging because of seized or frozen not being able to move or travel up the shaft. free it up and lube it it will probably be fine.
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Thanks for the tips.
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The metal gear on the electric starter gets chewed up quite easily.

I've had one each of the following:

CCR2450
CCR3650
Snow Commander (38602)

All 3 had chewed up gears.


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