So it seems to be the consensus that when your done with your snowblower and want to store it for a few days, weeks whichever that you should turn it off by turning off the fuel shutoff valve and allow it to die that way the fuel is removed from the carb. Seems perfectly logical. My question is, do you turn it off when it begins to surge (IE its very low on gas) or allow it to fully die on its own. Reason i ask is because the LCT GEN III manual says to turn it off when it begins to surge to avoid engine damage. They also say before turning off the fuel valve to lower the RPMs to its lowest setting. Thank you!