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CANT CHANGE SNOW BLOWER CHUTE DIRECTION - Troy-Bilt 179cc 24" Snow Thrower Storm 2410 Electric Start

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Loosend the hold down bolt or nut

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Where can I get parts for it.


I recommend eBay.

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How to Know What Kind of Snow Blower to Buy.


Snow blowers are great for places where snow is a regular feature in the weather as uncleared snow can not only block access but also cause a danger.
There are 4 very different styles of snow blowers and i'll explain some of the differences.

Width:
The width measurement ie 24 inches or 26 inches, makes a big difference to the ease with which you can turn the snow blower. So if using a wider machine might be a challenge for you - bear it in mind.

Snow chute:
Some machines allow you to direct the direction of the snow chute ie you can make it go left or right. Some machines need you to direct the snow output ie whether it goes up and down using a manual button. Where as more expensive machines tend to have one handle that allows you to control all the directional factors.

Engine Size:
The smaller engines are not as powerful as the bigger ones. If the area you plan to use it has moderate to light snow, you might be fine with a smaller engine, but if the snow you need to clear is heavy and frequent, you should consider a bigger engine. The larger engine sizes allow the snow blowers to turn faster and more powerfully.

Stay safe and make sure that you dont' let children play around with snow blowing equipment.

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Chute on Troy Bilt single stage snow thrower won't turn


CHECK TO SEE IF THE ICE FROZE I THE CHUTE YOU MAY HAVE TO PULL THE COVER OFF THE TOP THIS SOUNDS LIKE THERE MIGHT BE ICE BUILD UP ALSO AFTER THE COVER IS PULLED OFF CHECK THE GEAR THAT TURNS THE CHUTE BY TURNING THE HANDLE

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How do I stop the shute on my dual stage snow blower from moving on its own while blowing snow


There are clamps holding the chute to the impeller housing on the underside. These can often wear and loosen with time. I would first check these for wear and tightness. Tighten if loose or replace if excessively worn.

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How do I adjust the chute on the cub cadet snow blower it only goes partway to one side and all the way on the other side


Un plug the chute control rod..put the chute in middle (foward) and the handle at 1 oclock and remount the chute rod..see at 3:40 on this video ===>

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Snow thrower schute not turning properly


check for binding or bent chute clips
lube anything that moves with light oil

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Snow blower


cables bad?
is it a craftsman with 1 handle chute control?
if so theres a square hole that gets rounded out
use some hard plastic glue (get at auto parts store)
build up to be square again

Jan 03, 2014 | Garden

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I have Ariens Model # 1336DLE snow blower aprox 5 yrs


A volt meter or test light will be needed. Also a 12 volt battery supply ( you can use an automobile battery or your automobile)

*Please Note: before testing, make sure all wires and connections are tight and not corroded, loose, or burnt. Many electrical problems are just loose, broken, or burnt wire connections.

Test the chute rotator motor: you will need to disconnect the motor from the wiring harness.
1) connect a wire to the 12 volt supply and one of the motor leads
connect the other wire to the remaining lead
*note: positive or negative does not matter, because the chute motor will rotate either direction, and by reversing leads, the motor direction will reverse.

2) If the motor is good, now check for voltage from the snowblower engine.
Locate the supply wire to the rotator switch, with the engine running, check the voltage reading on that supply wire.

3) If the supply is good, then the switch is bad

Nov 15, 2009 | Ariens Garden

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Snow thrower won't throw snow


the problem could be the snow is to heavy for the motor to keep up, if thats the case you may need to upgrade to a more powerful model or try not to overload it. take it a little slower so the motor can keep up. but try tightening the belt. with your pointer finger push down on the belt it should have about a half inch give, if it moves more than that its too loose and probably slipping under load

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