Friday, January 28, 2011

Basic Snow Blower Maintenance List

Snow blowers, like lawn mowers, are one of those things we don't think about until we need them and we need them working. We've gotten a good bit of snow in St. Louis this winter (with more expected), so snow blowers are becoming something we all think about. It's one thing to shovel the driveway once; it's quite another to have to shovel it several weeks in a row.

Keeping your snow blower well-maintained will mean you're prepared when the snow comes. Hang that snow shovel up, and take care of this instead:
  • Check that the machine is starting up right away.
  • Change the spark plug if you haven't in a season or more.
  • Change the oil if you haven't since last season.
  • Check the blades for any rips or tears. Replace if damaged.
  • Check for and tighten any loose nuts and bolts.
  • Add fuel stabilizer to keep your fuel fresh between uses. 
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1 comment:

  1. Its need to maintenance always to make proper work.I agree with you list. Nice snöslunga. Thanks.