Owners of the T2500 that have one that starts easily when hot, please let me know. I have one that is a PITA. Easier to start when cold, but after it is hot and then sits 10-20 minutes it takes 15 plus pulls to start, if your lucky, that is after fooling around with the choke, throttle, primer bulb, etc. The real aggravation is that it is only a month old, and been to the shop twice and starts worse now than ever. Shindiawa does not have the answer either. I hope I am the only sucker with this problem, but I don't think so.