Leftover fuel may stop snowblowers, lawn mowers from starting

03/13/2014 | WWLP-TV (Springfield, Mass.)

Leftover fuel inside snowblowers and lawn mowers should be drained at the end of the season because leaving it can lead to engine damage, according to this article. "Make sure that you either run them completely dry of fuel or if you leave the fuel in it, put a good stabilizer in it, run it two or three minutes so that it will go through the fuel system," said Conrad Wiezbicki, owner of Acres Equipment in Mass. Lawn mowers should be checked for problems early in the season so repairs can be taken care of before dealers get backed up.

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