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Ariens H70-130067A

Have this older Ariens since new this year for the first time a problem. Have clean Carb remove bottom cover made sure float and small holes in power screw were clean. It runs smooth and good power with choke closed . If I open choke after a long use time it still dies. Did you clean the idle jet as well or just the bottom one? Might also just need adjusted.

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post #2 of 3 Old 02-11-2015, 04:50 PM
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Sounds like you still have a lean fuel issue. Could still be dirty or you could have a gasket leak somewhere.

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I find your comment leak in the gasket interesting. I did notice the carb.gasket in front of the flange had a 1/16" maybe a break in it so yesterday I fill that small area with Permatex I have not started it since. The only way I could adjust the engine with the needles adj. was with the the choke closed and I was able to get It to run quite smooth did a Two car driveway no problem even under load as as the choke was closed. This is Boston
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