What are the parts of a snowblower called?
Snow Blower Parts
- Auger Gearbox.
- Bearing / Bushing.
- Discharge Chute.
- Engine Part.
- Friction Wheel / Friction Disc.
What is the front part of a snowblower called?
Auger Housing – The structure at the front of the snow blower where the snow is collected and processed by the augers.
What is an auger on a snow blower?
On a two-stage snow blower, an auger first collects the snow and an impeller fan then discharges the snow through a chute. This two-stage process moves snow faster and farther than single-stage blowers, throwing snow up to 60 feet.
What causes a snow blower not to start?
A common issue is a clogged carburetor from stale gas. Using a fuel stabilizer keeps fuel fresh and the carburetor from gumming and varnishing. Third step, check the ignition system with a spark tester. Step four, replace the spark plug and reconnect the spark plug wire.
How do you read a manufacturer’s serial number?
The 1st three numbers of your serial number will always provide your manufacture date. The 1st number is the YEAR of manufacture; the 2nd & 3rd numbers indicate the MONTH of manufacture.
What Tecumseh engine do I have?
The model number (marked with red box in photo) on a Tecumseh engine can be found on the engine ID label, typically located under the engine cover. The label will also include other pertinent Tecumseh engine information such as the specification number and date of manufacture.
Why would a snow blower stop working?
A clogged carburetor is usually the result of leaving fuel in your snow blower for an extended period of time. Old fuel resting in your snow blower can also result in fuel evaporation, which may leave behind a thick, sticky substance. That sticky fuel can clog the carburetor and prevent the engine from starting.