Carson J. Productions: All you do for those Alan head bolts is put a Alan wrench on a vise grip
Chry300: just fixed mine today. it literally sat outside for 1 year, thought it was broke. I was about to go buy a new one and did some research on YouTube. Cleaned the spark plugs with a wire brush, carburetor spray, dumped the fuel put in trufuel + stabilizer fluid and oil, primed it. good to go. It was an amazing feeling. I did the same process for the lawn mower and leaf blower which I thought was junk and was just about to throw them away.
jetpack5: I need the model number so I can find a manual. I don't know the oil/fuel mix ratio
Rick Uzubell: Great video. I have the same snowblower (in fact, I own three of them). The pull cord did not recoil today. I brought the snowblower into my basement and removed the top cover and noticed a lot of ice build-up -- do you think the cord might eventually return after it has thawed-out? It was -10F this afternoon while I was using it. I could always use one of the other snowblowers for parts. Your thoughts?
Al DeLago: Fun to watch you and your diagnostics....
Fred Humpal: Thanks for the video. I have the same snow blower. Didn't notice the jet holes on the bolt that holds the bowl on till I saw your video. Cleaned those out and put it back together. Wouldn't you know, it started on the first pull after that! Thanks again.
3DMachines: @marlszoe try carb intake cover, i dont think u really need it unless ur machine needs a lot of prime to start
Carson J. Productions: All you do for those Alan head bolts is put a Alan wrench on a vise grip kasia g: na polbruku łatwo wychodzi,, czy to szkodzi autu? Heather Powell: what kind of sliders are those Ward Junior: I hate superman I hate batman I hate dc Tybalt L:5:30 lmao I was dying... These moments are why I love this channel Tristan Garrison: that bike just trolls them out of nowhere not giving a crap RaffaG: How do i get the figure if i dont see a price or buy option? xD