Hey, I have a Husqvarna B165 backpack blower... just this week it started having problems... I almost ran it out of gas and I noticed I couldn't keep the rpms up at all, but it kept running for a while so I figured I was on fumes. But even after I filled it up it kept running bad (in future uses). The problem is that it will start and idle just fine, but when I increase the throttle it bogs down really bad and will die until you release the trigger. It is also strange because if I mess with the choke enough, I can get it to blow pretty hard with half throttle (and it won't die down), but it is very hit-and-miss and still doesn't blow nearly as hard as it normally does. I bought a new spark plug, and cleaned the air filter, neither of which seem to had anything to do with it (although the plug looked unbelieveably bad!). Any ideas? I was thinking it is most likely a carborator problem. I don't know of any Husqvarna dealers in the Oklahoma City area, so I am not sure who would work on it (but I certainly need someone to!). Any help regarding this would be really appreciated! Thanks y'all!