Riding Mower Won't Run With the Choke Off

I have an MTD riding mower, 18hp twin power. I have a carburetor issue, if I choke the carb and cover the little hole with my finger, the engine starts right up. If I remove my finger, it will die. I run the rider with choke pulled out fully. I am unable to utilize the throttle control or it will die. If I push in the choke just a little it will die, does anyone have an answer to my dilemma?

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By Dano77 from Buckner, MO

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April 10, 20170 found this helpful
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You need to replace the carb.

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