1. TIGHTEN HANDLES & KNOBS
Make sure all handles and knobs are securely tightened and in place before attempting to operate your snowblower.
2. LOOK FOR DAMAGE ON ROTOR BLADES & SCRAPER
Make sure your rotor blade and scraper are in good shape. These parts see a lot of action. If you find any wear and/or damage that need replacing, contact Current Power Machinery for Snow blower & its Parts.
3. USE FRESH FUEL & OIL
Your snowblower should use fuel that is no more than 30 days old and no more than 10% ethanol. For ultimate fuel life and performance, add Toro Fuel Treatment. If you did not change the oil at the end of the previous season, you should do this as well.
4. CHECK CABLES, HANDLES & FASTENERS
Ensure all cables, guards, handles, and fasteners are secure and in place. If you find any are missing or broken, replace with Genuine Parts
5. REVIEW THE OPERATION AND SAFETY FEATURES IN YOUR OWNER’S MANUAL
Take a look through the operation and safety sections of your owner’s manual. Be sure to wear the recommended footwear and clothing, and follow all other safety recommendations.
Current Power Machinery has been providing quality support to our Residential and Commercial customer’s from our Clarkson Village location for over 42 years. Our philosophy has always centered on educating our customers so that they can make informed decisions on any purchase of any new snow blowers and for the necessary repairs and maintenance of their existing tools. We are proud to represent the following product lines for snow removal. We carry the most common models in stock at all times and can source all other products from these suppliers on request. For more details contact us or visit us on: https://www.currentpowerinc.ca/snow-blower/