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Snowblower will not throw snow

MTD model OEM-190-032 i have to replace my worm drive and i cannot find a repair manual online to show me how to take it apart

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  • rev380 Jan 04, 2009

    worm drive and center bering are toast .but thanks again i did take it apart carfully i was hoping what i was doing was the right proceedure

    .new parts are ordered and i will be up and running in no time

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Hi,

If you take your time and remove the worm drive, carefully, then the order of installation is reverse for getting it back together. Remember to take your time and keep your cool and put all the parts back. If you have left over parts you did something wrong.

Also your local library may have the manual for your machine. Good luck

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