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Re: homelite super 2
« on: November 12, 2018, 09:53:15 pm »
If the muffler is plugged up, the motor cannot move air through itself, and you will not get a charge of gas in the cylinder to burn.  I'm thinking that you might have a spark arrestor screen in the muffler that is plugged with exhaust residue.  If so, you can take it apart and burn it off with a torch until it's clean.  Make sure to do it outside because there will be a lot of smoke!
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