Ariens Snowblower Disassembly (Model #921022), Repair Help



Repairing an Ariens snowblower? This video demonstrates the proper and safe way to disassemble a snowblower and how to access parts that may need to be tested and/or replaced.

Here is a list of the most common snowblower problems:

Snowblower auger won’t turn or only one auger turns
Snowblower engine stops after a few seconds
Snowblower leaks gas
Snowblower runs poorly
Snowblower wheels don’t turn
Snowblower won’t blow the snow
Snowblower won’t start

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Tools needed: snap ring pliers, socket wrench
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9 Replies to “Ariens Snowblower Disassembly (Model #921022), Repair Help”

  1. I had the handle bar bolts pull out of the housing on my Ariens Compact 24. Is there an easy way to take apart the housing from behind so that you can put some nuts/washers on or is the only other way to do some welding? Thank you for your videos, they are great

  2. mine was just used twice last year this year I tried to start and nothing, I changed everything from oil, spark plug, gas clean the gastank, safely remove carburetor cleaned trow all parts and gest wath the worse ever power tool . another Tek by Arien

  3. Thanks very much for posting this — I just used it to replace an auger rake, and it was extremely helpful. BUT, I have to chuckle a little at the 1:45 mark where the guy simply slides the pulley off the auger housing. No mention of the sledgehammers, gear pullers, acetylene torches, and C4 explosives that most mere mortals will need to resort to to get past this step. (I ultimately found it easier to take off the three bolts holding the pulley to the spacer hub, and then taking a hammer to loosen the spacer hub off the shaft.) Otherwise, a great video.

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