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Home Depot is a great place to purchase a snow blower. They stand behind their products and they provide great service for the most part. However once the snow blower is out of warranty, like all sellers of snow blowers the consumer is on their own and must find the most economic dealer to perform maintenance and repairs on their snow blower when it is required.

Many people find it difficult to transport their snow blowers to a small engine repair center. Typically the own cars without a trailer hitch and cannot pull even a trailer. If you are in this position and you want to protect your home depot snow blower, we strongly recommend that you learn how to perform basic level maintenance on your snow blower. This includes oil changes, spark plug inspection, drive belt inspection and lubrication of the auger. If you plan to do these minor sorts or annual maintenance there are a few precautions that you should follow when working on your home depot snow blower.



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First of all, always disconnect the spark plug wire from the spark plug after turning the engine off. Never work on your snow blower in any capacity while the engine is running. It is very easy to get caught in the belt drives or the augers and even lose a hand. Home depot snow blowers are easy to work on similar to many snow blower machines. Before changing the oil run the engine for a short time to warm up the oil so it will drain easily. Shut the engine off, disconnect the spark plug wire and follow the user instructions to drain the oil. Once the oil is finished draining into a storage container, replace the oil drain plug and fill with the recommended type of oil called for in the manual. This is probably the most important annual maintenance task that you will need to complete on an annual basis, more often if you use your snow blower a great deal.

Home depot may also offer a maintenance service as well, again this will be expensive compared to doing it your self. Check that the belts are tight and not prematurely worn and lubricate all parts called for in the manual. My own snow blower is over 22 years old and I have only recently replaced drive shaft bushings due to wear and tear. I was able to do this work myself making it economical to do so. However if you need to take your snow blower to a home depot repair recommended mechanic, the cost of repair may be too much and you will be better off purchasing a new snow blower from Home Depot.

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This page was updated on Dec 2009 and is Copyright © 2003 by Global Com Consulting Inc.

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