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Toro ccr 2450 model 3515

Two issues with this unit. It has been leaking gas - which from reading online appears to be a bad carb? or maybe even a bad gas tank?

Also - used it this weekend and it does not throw the snow far enough out of the snow blower. No blockage or any issue like that. Blade is turning ok - but seems like maybe it does not have enough power Any thoughts?
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hello tlo, welcome to SBF!! check the carb, fuel line and gas tank for the fuel leak. to throw snow the paddles have to be in good shape, there ies a small hole on the paddles. thats the wear indicator, sounds like your paddles need replacing and replace the scraper bar while you are at it

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Thanks - I did not know the paddles were that important! They are 8 yrs old, so I will replace them. I will also check what you advised on the fuel leaks.

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check the belt also
the paddles are very important on a single stage snowblower and the number one reason for poor throwing performance

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Is the gas leaking down from the tank, the fuel line wet ? or leaking out the bowl gasket ? Do you have the plastic carb or the metal carb ?

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that model number should be 38515

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Not sure where the leak is - I think a plastic carb. Does it matter?

Also, if I need paddles, carb and scraper bar, should I just consider a new unit? I live in Cincinnati, OH and we typically don't a get ton of snow, except of course for the last two years. And I have a long driveway and bad back, so I need one. This unit has not been all that great. I am kind of interested in a unit with the circular metal blades. Most of my neighbors seem to use them and they look like they are much more efficient.
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Yes -thanks on that model number - I fat fingered that one.
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