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I have a Noma D2450010 5hp Snow thrower. I replaced the V belt and noticed that the auger doesn't stop spinning when its disengaged. I noticed that there is an arm underneath the belt that is just laying there basically doing nothing. There is nothing attached to it, so it seems it doesn't serve a purpose. When I look at the parts diagram on the sears website, the part looks to be The Brake Arm Rod. Could this be my problem. It also looks like there maybe should be a TENSION spring attached to this, which like I said thaere is nothing on mine right now. Can you tell me how to fix this and also should the Vbelt be under this arm or over it
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Shearbolt is located at #54 in this diagram.
It may be hard to spot on the auger shaft as it may have sheared flush with the holes so look close. You may also need to remove the part of the bolt remaning inside the shaft.
Posted on Dec 22, 2008
First take a look at the shear pins they will be located on the augers going thru the auger and auger shaft, if they look ok then you need to take the belt off, with the belt off try to turn the im peller by hand. If the impeller does not turn then you need to look to see if something is stuck in the impeller or in the auger. If nothing is stuck in between anything then I would have to say it's going to be the gear box. If the impeller turns then look to see if the auger is turning also while turning the impeller. If the auger doesn't turn then it's probably the gear box. If it does turn then you have an issue at the pulleys
Posted on Jan 07, 2009
sure sounds like a shear pin, usually one end will be missing if it is broke. They are simple to replace but get one that is rated for your machine to avoid damage. Can you turn it freely without the engine running?? if so, it's the shear pin
Posted on Dec 14, 2009
check the bearings in the auger sounds like the froze up and now they need to be replaced (the smoking you saw was from the belts slipping on the pullies)..good luck
Posted on Apr 14, 2010
SOURCE: My Yard Machines snow blower
The bearing can be a bugger to remove....and it sounds like the bearing may also be bad... so you will want to replace that also...
To get it off make sure that the set screw(s) are backed out with an allen wrench...the set screws will be in a small hole in the lip of the bearing....an allen wrench is a six sides wrench that comes in many sizes... the screws may also be a metric size...
then to remove the bearing you will need to use a gear puller that will grab the bearing equally with thre jaws and the use the shaft for leverage as you turn the screw to pull the bearing off of the shaft...
You will bugger up the shaft if you keep trying without the proper tools and then you will really have a mess on your hands...
Posted on Dec 21, 2010
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