How do you troubleshoot a Snapper snow blower?

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You can repair or troubleshoot a snapper snow blower with the following procedure; Ensure that the key is set to the 'on' position. Confirm that the choke is closed. Run engine to for a few minutes. The chute may be frozen. Empty the fuel tank let it dry. The fuel could have been contaminated. Clean the discharge chute. Ensure that the auger drive belt is not damaged. Slide up the cable cover to expose the cable adjustment loops. Increase the belt tension. Slide the cable boot back into place. Reinsert the key and start the engine.
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