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How to Replace Cable at a Yard-Man Snow Blower

Chances are a snowfall, when you have a Yard-Man snow blower. However, when you fire up the snow blower and then discover that the auger won’t participate, you may begin to sweat a bit at the thought of having to shovel the snow yourself. Rather than cleaning drive and the walkways take a few minutes to replace the cable, and also called the auger cable, in your machine and running very quickly.

Remove from the spark plug to prevent accidental involvement of the engine of the snow blower. Remove the ignition key in the ignition, and then lay it aside.

Eliminate. The Z-fitting is a bent pin which you grasp, twist and pull to remove.

Remove. Remove the pulley to publish the auger cable.

Disconnect the cable. This is the cable which comprises the spring’s end. It hooks with the curved end of the spring, and may be removed by hand.

Add the Z-fitting of the cable to the hole in the control bar. Wrap the cable around the cable guide pulley; reinstall the pedal, and fasten it with the nut which holds it in place. Hook the spring end of the cable.

Reconnect the spark plug wire, and put the ignition key. Start the snow blower, and then engage the control arm to make certain that the auger turns.

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