02:01AM | 12/10/05
Member Since: 09/16/02
23 lifetime posts
Right in the middle of using my snow blower the "blades" stopped turning. Is it belt driven? What is the first step in trouble-shooting the problem?


11:34AM | 12/10/05
Member Since: 09/16/02
23 lifetime posts
My 21 inch 2 cycle snow blower just started running EXTREMELY rough. There is a little oil residue coming out of the exhaust pipe. I use one gallon of gas to 4 oz. of oil. It has been running fine for the last 5 years. What could the problem be?

(I repaired the other problem by installing a new belt)


11:56AM | 12/10/05
Member Since: 11/11/02
2274 lifetime posts
Hi, I'm afraid that product is not really classified an appliance (which is what this forum is dedicated to) and I have no experience with gas engines.

I don't see a 'small gas engine' forum but you could try posting your question in Bob's "Miscellaneous" forum at the following link. There have been other gas snow-blower related questions posted there.



Dan O.


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