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Hammer rebar into the ground to create pathways for water. Grab a hose and soak the ground to soften it before using the post hole digger. Wait until the water has had a chance to soak in. Raise the post hole digger and drop it, jaws open, into the ground. The jaws will cut into the ground and soften it even more for removal. Continue to use the weight of the post hole digger for the hard work, circling around the edge of the hole. Drop the digger down with force once you've loosened up a circle of soil. Open the handles to grab a bite of earth in the jaws and lift it out. Continue with Steps until you've removed all the loose soil, making a hole 1 foot in diameter.

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