Re: Toro CCR3650 stalling
I'd check the gas cap vent for obstruction first! If air can't get in, the gas can't get out. You could try running it with the cap very loose and see what happens, or try gently blowing through the vent hole in the cap.
These are classic symptoms of a blocked cap.
If you can, drain the tank and look in with a flashlight. See if there's some crud at the bottom of the tank that blocks the fuel flow after a while. Not too likely in this case, but possible.
It sounds to me like fuel starvation, since it will start soon after stalling.
Cheap to check, easy to do. Start with the easy stuff.
This sounds like a 2-stroke unit, and may not have a float bowl if it has a pumper carb. If you have a float bowl, it will be on the bottom of the carb, and probably has 4 screws that hold it on. Gas will run out (or it should) when you take the bowl off and the float drops. If gas doesn't come out freely, there's your problem.
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