How to keep your engines from stalling [SOLVED]

When throttle is at full speed, my 2-cycle Husqvarna leaf blower revs up and then abruptly slows down almost to the point of stalling. Is this something that may be cured by using one of your products? I also have a Toro 4-cycle snow blower that is doing the same thing. Again, do you have any suggestions that would remedy this problem. Please let me know.

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Jim D.
Jim D.
2 years ago

Thanks for the question Bruce. Both engines have carburetor fuel systems and both seem to have a carburetor restriction, likely caused by old fuel varnish. The product you want to add to each fuel tank is Sea Foam Motor Treatment. What I’d do: Add a quarter can to you leaf blower’s fuel tank, then the other three-quarters to your snowblower tank. Start and let the engines idle for a bout 4 or 5 minutes, then shut off and let soak for a day or more. When ready to run again, start up and see what happens. If your carburetors were suffering from varnish restrictions, everything should start to run better after a few minutes of warm up and operation.