After throwing out your back last winter you swore you'd never shovel again. So, you head out after the latest snow storm, start your snowblower, and in a few minutes it dies. You start it again and it stops. Before picking up that shovel, read our troubleshooting tips and reasons why snowblowers start and then stop. You could have a clogged carburetor or fuel cap. Or you might need new engine oil. Whatever the problem, Repair Clinic is here to help get it sorted out. We've got step-by-step instructions to guide you through the issues along with how-to videos to assist with repair and installation of any replacement parts you need. As for those replacement parts, we have them and they're ready to ship right to your door. Don't throw out your back. Fix your snowblower affordably and easily instead.