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I have a Craftsman snow blower that will not start.

The Model is #247889702. It is just under 1 year old and last year, I neglected to run it dry. I am assuming that I probably have a gas gum build up that needs to be cleaned out. Is this something that is easy enough to do on my own or does it need to be brought in for service? If it needs to be brought in, is that covered under warranty? I would prefer if it can be done on my own as getting it to a repair center will be a challenge.

Thanks

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Craftsman , Electric Snowblowers , Snow Removal Equipment
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November 1st, 2011
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