I have a Troy-Bilt Storm 2840 snowblower with a B&S 1150 motor on it. I recently took my snowblower out of storage and decided to do a little carb cleaning the snowblower was running at one point with only the choke on. I figured this problem was due to clogged carb. Took it all apart, carb was clean, so didn't really find the problem. While putting everything back together, I made sure things were still in working order. I noticed I was unable to turn the choke knob and the "plate" that is connected to the choke knob would not turn either. So...my snowblower does not start at all and the choke does not move.
Thoughts/help/suggestions are appreciated for this idiot!
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