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You've prepared your snow thrower for winter weather, but what happens when your chute gets clogged after that first heavy snow? Don't worry. Just follow these six simple steps to unclog your snow chute. Always remember that safety is your top priority when doing any type of maintenance work on your snow thrower. Don't ever use your bare hands to clear a clogged chute assembly. Make sure the engine is off and all moving parts have stopped before beginning any work.  1. Release the drive and auger controls.  2. Remove the ignition key to ensure that the engine has come...

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Ice covered windows, slippery sidewalks, and slushy streets don't make for a very good time. Clear the snow in less time by following the P&P Small Engines Snow Clearing Guide. With the right snow thrower and snow clearing technique, you can make the winter season a little easier on yourself.  Using the Right Snow Thrower One of the easiest ways to decide on the right snow thrower is to evaluate the snowfall in your area. You don't need a big, powerful snow thrower for just a little snow, just like a little single-stage snow thrower won't do much good if...

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Your snow thrower works hard all season long. Clearing driveways, plowing through mountains of snow, but every so often, you might hit a bump in the road. For some of the most common problems to befall your snow thrower, follow our snow thrower troubleshooting tips. 
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