One old trick is to disconnect the spark plug (IMPORTANT), remove the air filter, and cover the carburetor throat while quickly pulling on the starter cord a few times. Then there are chemicals like:
Umm, snowblowers don't have air filters. And the carb throat is blocked when the choke is on. I think what you're trying to post is to remove the spark plug and pull the cord a few times to encourage the possible gas flooding it to evaporate. But none of that really works on a single stage.
This guy \had the same problem with the same modle:
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