Snowblower problems could be result of "improper storage"

11/3/2011 | KFYR-TV (Bismarck, N.D.)

Snowblowers that are not stored properly during the summer can show problems during the fall and winter, according to a repair shop in North Dakota. "The biggest problem we see is improper storage and when they sit over the course of the summer the fuel system goes bad in it," said Joe Dietrich from Precision Small Engine Service.

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