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Snowblower Repair

If you need repair help or any troubleshooting advice for your snowblower, we will guide you through the process. You can pick a symptom from our list of common ones, and we will help you identify the many issues that can occur. From there, we will suggest the part that needs to be repaired and your snowblower will be working effectively again.

Auger or blower won't engage
Reported 21% of the time
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If you find your snowblower not engaging, check the cable, belt, pins, springs, and gears. Our repair and troubleshooting guide will help you find the right part to fix. Remember to always unplug the spark plug and empty the fuel tank if you are repairing your snowblower. Our repair information is a general guide to help you, but for more specific repair information related to your model, check your owner’s manual.
Drive wheels won't engage
Reported 18% of the time
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If your snowblower drive wheels are not engaging, check the following parts for damage: the belt, springs and bearings. Other parts to check our listed in our repair and symptom guide. Safety tip: when working on your snowblower make sure to unplug the spark plug wire and have no to little gas in the fuel tank. Our repair information is a general guide to help you, but for more specific repair information related to your model, check your owner’s manual.
Can't adjust chute
Reported 10% of the time
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If the chute in your snowblower will not turn, check the springs, cable, gears, retainer, pins and brackets. Make sure to empty your fuel tank and unplug the spark plug before checking or working on your snowblower. This is a general guide for your repair; for more detailed information on your model, refer to the owner’s manual.
Doesn't throw snow far enough
Reported 8% of the time
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If the snowblower does not push snow far enough, refer to our symptom guide to find the right part to replace. Check the chute, paddles, belt and blades for damage. Safety tip: do not start working on your snowblower before unplugging the spark plug and emptying the fuel tank. Check the manual related to your model for more specific repair instructions. Our instructions are a general guide.
Won't start
Reported 6% of the time
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Check the switch, carburetor, gasket, and more listed in our symptom and repair guide if your snow blower will not start. Remember to pull the spark plug wire off and to empty the fuel tank before working on your snowblower. This is an important safety precaution Our repair information is a general guide to help you, but for more specific repair information related to your model, check your owner’s manual.
Blower doesn't rotate
Reported 6% of the time
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If your snowblower does not spin, check the cable, retainer, pins, gears and belts. Our repair guide will help you find the right part to replace and fix this problem. Safety tip: when working on your snowblower make sure to unplug the spark plug wire and have no gas in the fuel tank. If you need specific repair instructions related to your model, refer to the manual provided by the manufacturer.
Leaves excessive snow on driveway
Reported 5% of the time
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We can help you identify why your snowblower is leaving excess snow when used, with our repair and symptom guide. The shoes, scraper blade, and blades should be checked. Before checking, unplug the spark plug and empty the fuel tank from gas as a safety precaution. If you need specific repair instructions related to your model, refer to the manual provided by the manufacturer.
Leaks gas
Reported 5% of the time
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Our symptom and repair guide can help you identify what is causing your snowblower to leak gas. it will help you find the right part to replace from the following: the valve, cap, carburetor, O-ring, needle, and gasket. Before working or replacing any part in your snowblower, make sure to unplug the spark plug and empty the fuel tank for safety. Our repair information is a general guide to help you, but for more specific repair information related to your model, check your owner’s manual.
One or both augers don't rotate
Reported 4% of the time
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If the auger will not turn, check the pins, belt, gears and cable. The troubleshooting and repair guide can help you find the right part to replace. Make sure to unplug the spark plug and to empty the fuel tank as a safety precaution before working on your snow blower. This is a general guide for your repair; for more detailed information on your model, refer to the owner’s manual.
Auger or paddles vibrate excessively
Reported 4% of the time
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If the auger or paddles vibrate in your snowblower, refer to our symptom guide to help you identify and fix the problem. This is a common symptom and some of the parts that should be checked are: the belt, pins, springs, gears, pulley and bearings. Before checking, ensure that there is no gas in the fuel tank for safety reasons. Note: this is a general repair guide. Check the manual provided by your owner for more specific repair information related to your model.
Hard to start
Reported 3% of the time
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Check the spark plug or primer bulb if your snow blower is difficult to start. For a list of more parts to check and maybe even replace, follow our repair and symptom guide. We will help you fix your problem easily. Before you work or check on any parts in your snowblower, make sure to unplug the spark plug and empty the fuel tank for safety. Check the manual related to your model for more specific repair instructions. Our instructions are a general guide.
Vibrates excessively
Reported 2% of the time
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If your snowblower vibrates too much, follow our repair and symptom guide to find the right part to replace and better identify this problem. Check the bushings, bearings, and more for damage. Before checking, empty the fuel tank and unplug the spark plug as a safety precaution. Check the manual related to your model for more specific repair instructions. Our instructions are a general guide.
Engine RPM's surge up and down
Reported 1% of the time
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If the snowblower engine RPMs are surging up and down, check the following parts for damage: springs, gasket, carburetor, and spark plug. We can help fix your problem with our repair guide. Before you work or check on any parts in your snowblower, make sure to unplug the spark plug and empty the fuel tank for safety. If you need specific repair instructions related to your model, refer to the manual provided by the manufacturer.
Leaks oil
Reported 1% of the time
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Check the bushings, O-ring, seals, and gasket if your snow blower is leaking oil. Our repair guide will help you find the right part to replace. As a safety precaution, make sure to unplug the spark plug and to empty the fuel tank. Note: this is a general repair guide. Check the manual provided by your owner for more specific repair information related to your model.
Engine lacks power
Reported 1% of the time
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Check our repair and symptom guide to find out why your snowblower engine is experiencing a reduction in power. some of the parts to check, listed in our guide are: the springs, gasket, spark plug, and belt. Remember to unplug the spark plug and to empty your fuel tank before starting an repair on your snowblower. Note: this is a general repair guide. Check the manual provided by your owner for more specific repair information related to your model.
Engine will idle but dies at full throttle
Reported 1% of the time
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If your snowblower will idle, but dies at full throttle, refer to our symptom guide to help you identify your problem and the right part to replace. Some of the parts related to this rare symptom include the gasket, carburetor, springs, needle and spark plug. Remember to pull the spark plug wire off and to empty the fuel tank from gas before working on your snowblower. This is a safety precaution. This is a general guide for your repair; for more detailed information on your model, refer to the owner’s manual.
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