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Is a dry newspaper if so get your garden hose and it and run the snow blower a little at a time stopping and using small crow bar with a curved nail puller on one end or anything that has something that can grap..pull the wet paper out small pieces at a time keep soaking and pulling..may take some time but it ell comr out...good luck
Had the same issue and found out that the wheels lock when the motor isn't running and the accelerator handle is engaged. I still had both handles tied down from transporting home and it rolled fine after they were untied. Hope that helps
Reference your toro snow blower. does it start and run for a few swconds then die. if so It may sound crazy but loosen the gas cap just a bit. I had the same issue with my snow blower and a friend gave me the solution. It works great now.
Snow is melting on the engine and causing the spark wiring and/or magneto to short out...
Stop blowing snow and run the engine at a fast idle for awhile to dry off the motor...then it will work again..
Hi, You will have remove the carburetor shroud and then check the linkages from the choke lever to the choke.
Unfortunately Craftsman does not give detailed parts listings for most of the motors on snowblowers on either their manual site, managemylife.com or their parts site, searspartsdirect.com but I suggest you check anyway. You need the model number of your snow blower. Iit will look like 123.123456.
Even if you can't find a parts breakdown I suggest taking the shroud off if you are at all familiar with working on your mower. The shroud on a snowblower just covers the carb like the air cleaner on your mower. If you can use a screwdriver and hand tools, you can do it. Take pictures with your cell phone or draw diagrams showing each piece as you take it off.
I will assume you are referring to the 2 stages in the front of the machine. The spiral auger rakes are the first stage, they are designed to collect the snow and feed it to the impeller. The impeller is the 2nd stage and is to throw the snow up the chute. The lower rakes in the front do nopt throw snow only collect it.