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2015/12/20 14:09:21 (permalink)
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Toro CCR 2000 Snowblower

My name is Vik and I'm new to this forum. I can keep the snowblower running, but only if I continually press the primer button. I've taken the carb off, have cleaned it, but still no improvement in performance. So, why isn't it getting fuel under normal running conditions? Don't know what part to replace, and hate to buy a new carb if it's a simple fix.

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    TurnerA
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    Re: Toro CCR 2000 Snowblower 2015/12/22 16:20:35 (permalink)
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    If you've thoroughly cleaned the carb (removing all deposits) and ensured there's no blockage or leaks in the fuel line and filter, you'd most likely need to rebuild or replace the carburetor if the issue continues. This issue often occurs if fuel has been left in the machine for extended periods of time, slowly deteriorating gaskets and gumming up the carburetor jets.
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    Re: Toro CCR 2000 Snowblower 2015/12/30 22:53:47 (permalink)
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    my best bet is to buy a new carb.
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    Re: Toro CCR 2000 Snowblower 2015/12/31 09:51:39 (permalink)
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    Is there any cracking or dry rot on the primer bulb? I've had this same issue a few times and just had to replace the primer bulb. Mine seemed to be sucking air through the cracks in the bulb instead of the fuel tank.
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    Re: Toro CCR 2000 Snowblower 2016/01/02 08:26:03 (permalink)
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    All signs are pointing to the carburetor. Agree that rebuild or replacement ought to remedy that. If you don't already, I would highly recommend using stabilizer in your fuel to maximize its life and diminish the chances of your carb getting gummed up again in the future.
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    Re: Toro CCR 2000 Snowblower 2017/12/29 23:20:04 (permalink)
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    You have to change oil before using. I have read here https://agreenhand.com/snowblower-oil-change/ about the need for oil change. There are instructions to change oil. You should try it. 
    Maybe it would be better
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