Even the most reliable snow blower may have a problem. Don't get stuck because you're not prepared. Plan B (see picture above) is not what you want.
Is your snow blower ready? First, go start up the snow blower today. Do not wait until you are snowed in to find out that something is wrong.
If your snow blower will not start, schedule a service as soon as you can. Get your snow blower into the repair shop or if you're handy, get to work.
If you need an engine manual you can find it at
Jacks Small Engines.
It is also very important to have spare Snow Blower Parts on hand, in case you need to replace a part or make a repair.
Remember, if you're snowed in, you won't be able to get out to grab these replacement parts.
Snowblower Parts You May Need to Replace
Use this list to get yourself ready for winter weather and ensure that you don't get stuck. If you need any of the above parts, you can definitely find them at
Jacks Small Engines, the parts side of Snow Blowers at Jacks.