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How do I remove the cover on my snow blower?

I've removed the screws holding the cover on. I need to remove the control panel to access the fuel tank and i=fuel lines to fix a leak. But the control panel is fastened to the handle and two screws holding the panel in place are not accessible from the outside. So I need to remove the cover, but the fuel tank nozzle stick out, preventing the removal of the cover. Who were the engineers who designed this?

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If you could supply a make and model number someone may be able to assist you.

Posted on Nov 24, 2014

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    Jack Wentland Nov 25, 2014

    Thanks, Glynn, I found that I was able to access the fuel tank and lines on the Craftsman 21" Snowblower Model 536885214 by going from below after removing the cover screws. Now the fuel line leak is fixed with a replacement hose and I'm all set for the snows of winter in Connecticut. Thanks.

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