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Snowblower wheels not engaging

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Common solutions for: Snowblower wheels not engaging
Solution 1:
V-Belt
The V-belt makes the connection between the engine and the gearbox. If the V-belt is worn out, misadjusted, or broken, the snowblower wheels won’t turn. Inspect the belt to determine if it is broken o...r worn out, and make sure that the belt is properly adjusted. If the V-belt is broken or worn out, replace it.
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Snowblower V-Belt
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Solution 2:
Friction Ring
The friction ring (also called the friction wheel) has a rubber outer layer that grips and turns the drive plate. If the friction ring is worn out, wet, or greasy, it will slip on the drive plate. As ...a result, the drive plate won’t turn, and the snowblower wheels won’t turn. If the friction ring is wet or greasy, try cleaning it and the plate. If the friction ring is worn out, replace it.
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Snowblower Friction Ring
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