I've got an Eskimo Stingray that is giving me fits and I was hoping for a little advice on that to do next. I bought it second hand several years and it has been a decent little auger for the most part. Towards the end of last season it started to get more tempermental and although it would usually start up easily enough once wamed up did not like to re-start and seemed to flood a lot. This season when I took it out of shed I was determined to get it running better so I changed the spark plug, pulled off the carburator and cleaned it thoroughly, checked the compression, put everything back together and with a tank of fresh gas started it up. I can get it started just fine but it bogs down badly when I try to give it some throttle. I've tried adjusting the mix screw but it will only run within a very narrow range and is very sensitive to the smallest of moves. The other odd thing is that the fuel overflow tube coming out of the carb that routes to the air intake is putting out a constant dribble of gas that I've never seen before. Im not sure what to do next and was hoping someone out there might have an idea what this novice small engine mechanic might try.