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My 20+ year old Toro CCR2000 quit on me today. Got most of the driveway finished and the machine started to hunt like it was low on fuel, it finally quit, I filled it up while still warm and would not restart unless I gave a it squirt of carb cleaner then it would die.
Fuel problem? Never had a problem with this before. I'll pull the fuel line off the carb to check the filter???
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Original fuel lines? Might want to check those also, they breakdown over time and could cause problems in fuel delivery. My Toro CCR - 2000 is about 27 years old and still going strong.

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My 20+ year old Toro CCR2000 quit on me today. Got most of the driveway finished and the machine started to hunt like it was low on fuel, it finally quit, I filled it up while still warm and would not restart unless I gave a it squirt of carb cleaner then it would die.
Fuel problem? Never had a problem with this before. I'll pull the fuel line off the carb to check the filter???
you can pull the line off the carb and see if its flowing enough fuel to fill the carb. if it is you will need to take the carb off or possibly just the bowl and see if the float is acting like it should.

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Mine is not quite that old but it's worth keeping. Just put on new paddles, scrapper bar, wheels and belt last year. I'll pull the fuel line off at the carb to see if the carb is getting gas. I suppose it is foolish to ask if there would be available a rebuild kit for the carb.?
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Mine is not quite that old but it's worth keeping. Just put on new paddles, scrapper bar, wheels and belt last year. I'll pull the fuel line off at the carb to see if the carb is getting gas. I suppose it is foolish to ask if there would be available a rebuild kit for the carb.?
Check out this guy "sixtyfiveford" on YouTube, here is the link:

He tears down and cleans the Suzuki Mikuno carb you may have.

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