How do I put carburator fluid in?

I have a Toro Powerlite Snowblower that won't start. Last year, they put carb fluid in and it started right up. Can anyone tell me how to do that?

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
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    its called starting fluid , and you spray it right in the carb or air filter

  • 1 decade ago

    If you mean starter fluid, then it is sprayed into the air intake of the carborator....be careful...the stuff is flamable....and a back fire can shoot flames out the carb...the air intake usually has a butterfly valve associated...a metal plate with a bar through the center ...along the diameter (its usually a circular plate) with the ends mounted in the carburator housing....the plate pivots open as you open the trottle....and goes closed when you apply the choke....

    anyway...flip it open with your finger and give a short spray in there...

    follow the starting instructions....

    be careful

    stay warm...

  • 1 decade ago

    i use carb cleaner instead of starter fluid it will not hurt the engine like starter fluid

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