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Snow Blower Fan
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PartSelect Number PS16363927
Manufacturer Part Number 537642001
This fan is designed for various models of leaf blowers/vacuums and is a genuine OEM part. Made of black plastic and sold individually, without any other hardware, this fan measures approximately 4-inches in diameter and is what generates the airflow within the leaf blower. If you notice diminishing performance such as a lack of airflow or suction capabilities from your leaf blower, you should inspect this fan to make sure it is free of chips, cracks, or warping that can affect it. To replace this fan within your leaf blower, you will need to gain access to the fan housing, which may require tools like a screwdriver or wrench. First, turn off the fan and disconnect it from its power source and once you have access to the fan housing, remove the old fan and replace it with the new one.
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Mike from COEUR D ALENE, ID
Grandson decided to poke a stick in the blower
Break blower in half by removing all start screws.
Once in half, snap rear cover off to gain access to fan hub and nut.
Remove nut remove broken fan, install and reverse the process.
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Snow Blower Clip-Hold Down (Nylon)
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PartSelect Number PS9903766
Manufacturer Part Number 1724869099
Hold-down clips, also known as retaining, locking or fastening clips, are designed to secure and fasten specific parts within equipment, and the use depends on the type and model. This hold down clip is used to secure the chute of various models of snowblowers, and is sold as an individual OEM part, without any securing hardware. Made of nylon, this clip secures to the chute with two screws and two washers. If you notice a wobbly or insecure chute resulting in excessive vibrations from the chute, check to make sure the clip is in-place before inspecting it for damage and ordering a replacement. To replace this clip, you will need to gain access to the chute, with either a screwdriver or wrench, and once you can access it, it is as simple as unscrewing the old clip and installing the new clip and rest of the assembly.
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Snow Blower Pin, Shear, 1-3/4
PartSelect Number PS9999468
Manufacturer Part Number 703063
Shear Pins are designed to break off in order to prevent further damage to your machine. Because they are designed to break, we recommend having a few spares on hand. This part is made of metal, is silver, is not part of a kit or assembly, and is sold individually. A Shear Pin will break when you hit a large chunk or ice or other debris. Once it is broken, it will need to be replaced. You will need pliers to complete this repair. Customers rate this repair as Easy.
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Snow Blower Friction Wheel
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PartSelect Number PS17016657
Manufacturer Part Number 09475300
The Friction Wheel is part of the clutch assembly, which helps to drive your unit. If broken from being worn down, you will have drivability problems and should replace the part. This part is metal with a rubber outer ring, and comes in white/black. Installation will require a wrench set, socket set, and pliers and is rated as "Medium" difficulty by customers. Refer to your make, model and diagram to check if this is the right part for you.
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Snow Blower Shear Bolt
PartSelect Number PS9002923
Manufacturer Part Number 51001500
This OEM-verified shear bolt, measuring 2-1/8 inches in length and 5/16 inches in diameter, is designed to break under excessive force to protect your lawn equipment by absorbing the impact. Specifically, it allows the augers of your machine to stop while the shaft and gear case continue to rotate. To check if the shear bolt is broken, inspect it for fractures or missing pieces. You might notice that the shaft of your machine is rotating normally but the augers are not moving with it. It is important to address a damaged shear bolt promptly to avoid costly repairs or equipment failure. To remove the shear bolt from your machine, use a wrench or socket to turn it counterclockwise. As this replacement part is sold individually, it is strongly recommended that you keep spare bolts on hand in the event that they break.
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Dennis from WESTFIELD, MA
Switch return spring broken
Removed panel, unsrew switch assy. Remove electric connector s, reverse process to reinstall Read more...
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Snow Blower Nut-Lock, Ni
PartSelect Number PS8953555
Manufacturer Part Number 3296-42
This Ni Nut-Lock, or Nylock Nut, is a Silver 1/4 x 20 metal nut. Sold individually, it can be adjusted using a wrench or socket and torque wrench to the manufacturer specfications, and is used to secure the sheer pin in place, on the impeller assembly. These nuts are a one-time use part due to their locking mechanism. You'll know the nut has broken when it appears to have damaged threads or rounded off edges. Customers found this to be an easy repair.
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Snow Blower Cable Barrel Holder
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PartSelect Number PS9167431
Manufacturer Part Number 946-0605
This cable barrel holder is a genuine OEM part that is designed for use with tillers and snow throwers. Sold as an individual part, this holder measures approximately 1-inch in length and is used to secure the clutch control handle and cable together. This holder is made of durable plastic and can replace the old holder by simply removing it, inserting the cable into the new holder, and tightening it until it is locked in place.?
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Snow Blower Shear Pin, .25
PartSelect Number PS9110822
Manufacturer Part Number 738-04124A
This individually sold shear pin is an OEM replacement that is most typically used in snowblowers but can also be used within snowblower attachments for lawn tractors. Its main uses are connecting the auger and auger shaft, which are the rotating blades, and to protect more valuable components such as the transmission.If the snow is causing excessive force or there is a jam within the auger and connected housing,it will cause the shear pin to snap, effectively stopping the rotation of the auger, while the auger shaft and gears will continue turning. If the shear pin snaps, snow will simply build up on the outside of the auger housing, since the auger will no longer spin. This shear pin has a .25-inch diameter, and 1.5-inch length and is sold individually. Most augers have a pin on each side, so you may need to purchase more than one, and it is also recommended that you carry spare pins in case of a future breakage.
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Snow Blower Bulb-Primer
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PartSelect Number PS9056413
Manufacturer Part Number 66-7460
This manufacturer-certified Primer Bulb is a black rubber part which comes individually sold. It is used to pump fuel from the fuel tank to the carburetor to start the engine. Installation is rated as "Easy" by customers, and will require a screwdriver and pliers. The part attaches to the primer assembly. If the bulb breaks due to wear/fatigue/damage you will see fuel leaking, and the part should be replaced. Refer to your make, model and diagrams to ensure this is the correct part.
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Snow Blower Shear Bolt and Nut
PartSelect Number PS9000870
Manufacturer Part Number 52100100
This shear bolt and nut, also known as the shear bolt assembly, is sourced from the original manufacturer, and it is guaranteed to fit your snowblower. Each assembly includes one metal shear bolt and one metal nut, located at the connection point between the auger and gearbox/shaft. It is a safety mechanism designed to protect the snowblower auger from damage caused by sudden stops or excessive resistance. When the auger encounters a blockage or excessive load the shear bolt will break thereby preventing more severe damage to the gearbox. Once the bolt is sheared, it will need to be replaced. The bolt will also need to be replaced if it is bent or worn down, as a faulty shear bolt can result in damage to the auger, gearbox, and motor, as well as reduced equipment ability to throw snow, and increased safety risks. Use a socket or wrench to unthread the nut and remove the broken shear bolt. Align the new shear bolt with the mounting hole and secure it with the new nut. Note that this is a common repair and it is best to have several spare shear bolts and nuts on hand.

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