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The focus of this years training was the Husqvarna model 525 series of trimmer.
Our Master Tech also had an opportunity to:
> Perform a full tear down of the model 525 powerhead.
> Learn about Smart Switch exclusively on Husqvarna branded products
> Learn about the Revolutionary AWD walk behind mower.
> How to work with Battery Operated diagnostics and Battery Operated software and programming.
> Introduction to the new 129 series of trimmers.
Our aim is to always keep updated on new technologies to serve our customers better
It’s here! The time of the year with fluffy white landscapes. As Ottawa gets it's first major snowfall of the season, we thought to send you a quick note on how to get your snow blower out of hibernation and into "back saving" mode again.
Here are 2 very basic steps to start off with:
1. Have at least 1/2 tank of FRESH fuel in your snowblower. (we recommend Shell 91)
2. Review starting procedures. We don't use our snowblowers everyday and tend to forget the basics.
Are you still finding the "Engine is difficult to start" ?
Snow throwers can develop "flu-like symptoms" such as sputtering and sluggish starts if fuel sits in the tank for long period of time. These problems may be avoided by always using fresh fuel ( NON ETHANOL FUEL!) and fuel stabilizer to keep the fuel fresh. If the problem persists, the carburetor may need to be checked by a technician.
We hope that you find this helpful. For more information and support please visit OttawaSnowBlowers support section , Contact us and our team will be glad to help you
Ph: 613-724-4332 or drop by our facility on 1642 Woodward Dr., Ottawa.
Wishing you a safe and trouble free winter.
YARMAND Team at OttawaSnowBlowers.com
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