I have a wood splitter that has been running fine. All of a sudden it won't run unless the it's about 85% choked. As soon as I open the choke it wants to die. Close it back and it runs. The gas is not old. The gas it's been running on prior to this issue came out of the same can, and the gas was just purchased a few weeks ago. I pulled the gas line and the flow is good. I realize that this is typical if it's cold for the first few minutes but the engine was warm.
Any suggestions, ideas???