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In addition to what Mark/Ohio suggests, I would recommend a shot of fuel line cleaner. Sea Foam is a great product that will really get your carburetor clean. On an engine such as yours I would suggest about a 1/4 cup of cleaner to a 1/4 gallon of fuel, just for a real good deep cleaning. Put it in, run the machine for a while to get the product circulated, the pour a bit more into the carb to flood the engine out. Then let it sit for about a half hour. When you re-start it, it's going to smoke pretty good, but your problem should slowly disappear, as will the smoke.

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Hey, glad that Marks suggestion was right on target for you, Ernman. Hope you enjoy visiting our site upon occasion. Thanks for sharing your results.
 
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