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Hi, my HS1132 starts well cold or hot and operates well and strong but when the engine is hot after I pushed it hard it smokes much for a few seconds. If I continue to blow heavy snow again when I back-up it smokes blue again

Is it because the engine is near the end of life?? I've put 5w30 engine oil like recommended by Honda.
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How are you operating the choke ?
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How are you operating the choke ?

Normally, I pull the knob completely to start then I close it slowly and completely when warm. I've put a brand new carburetor before the season because it was'nt running well and I always had not to push the choke knob completly to keep it to work well.
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I would suggest a carb rebuild but you replaced it. What does your oil look like ? Viscosity ?
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I would suggest a carb rebuild but you replaced it. What does your oil look like ? Viscosity ?

It's brand new 5W30. I used it twice only since the oil change. I bought this blower at the end of last winter and I would say it did'nt do that before the carburetor change. I've put a brand new genuine Honda but I did'nt adjust anything on it since it started and run well. Anyway I could'nt adjust much with the stopper on the mixture screw. I could remove the stopper and try but I did'nt dare.
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If the oil is abnormally dirty when you know it should be clean pull the head and take a look. May need a ring job. If you're pretty sure the motors is on its way out and it's not worth the effort I would consider a re-power. May want to post this in the repair and maintenance section of this site while you're at it. Maybe someone has another idea or two.

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If the oil is abnormally dirty when you know it should be clean pull the head and take a look. May need a ring job. If you're pretty sure the motors is on its way out and it's not worth the effort I would consider a re-power. May want to post this in the repair and maintenance section of this site while you're at it. Maybe someone has another idea or two.

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Just wondering, why did you replace the carb ? May be something simple like an adjustment since problem started after carb was replaced. May need some tweaking. Worth looking into. A simple twist of a screw can make all the difference.

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Just wondering, why did you replace the carb the first time ? Maybe something simple like an adjustment.
I tried to make adjustments without success and I wanted to be sure not to have any problem during the winter.
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Yep I would post this on the repair forum, good luck. Hope you find it.
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