First time I've had a snowblower.
Will be putting it away for the season, now.
Regarding the best approach to take with the gas that is still in the tank:
Thinking about it a bit, I guess there are 3 possibilities -
a. Put some Stab-Oil in the tank, and just run it all dry.
Any small amount of gas left in the Carb would presumably have some
Stab-Oil in it.
b. Again with Stab-Oil in tank, but this time just close the fuel shut-off
cock and run until it stops.
There might be a fair amount of gas left in the tank with this
c. Just put some Stab-Oil in tank, run it for few minutes, and leave alone.
With this approach, the gas in the Carb would (probably) not be
depleted, and any seals would remain wet.
Read somewhere that this might be good, as dried out seals are bad
d. Or,... ?
Any thoughts on this would be appreciated.