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SnowEx 210

Discussion in 'SnowEx Products' started by ByDesign, Feb 1, 2012.

  1. ByDesign

    ByDesign Senior Member
    Messages: 372

    So, I just came across what I though was a deal that I couldnt pass up. It was a brand new 210 that had some parts missing. I do not know what parts are missing though!!! The store had no clue either.

    Basically what I bought was the unit as a whole. The hopper, plug, motor, wireless receiver, manual open cable.

    What I think im missing:

    Wireless remote
    auger

    Can anyone else tell me what I got? Ill snap a picture if someone knows how to post. I thought I got a pretty good deal @ $99.00

    What say ye?
     
  2. AuroraMSP

    AuroraMSP Senior Member
    Messages: 165

    You can get remote for less then 100.00. Show me what you have and I'll let ya know.
     
  3. ByDesign

    ByDesign Senior Member
    Messages: 372

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  4. AuroraMSP

    AuroraMSP Senior Member
    Messages: 165

  5. ByDesign

    ByDesign Senior Member
    Messages: 372

    ok, I have the auger then, I was just expecting it to be larger. I guess I scored a pretty good deal if it all works.
     
  6. AuroraMSP

    AuroraMSP Senior Member
    Messages: 165

    Ya...the auger is very small. Barely sticks out of the hopper. Sounds like you just need a remote. You can switch it on the back to the down position and then plug it in. It should spin at 100% until you click it back to the middle position. The up position is to program the FOB (Remote)
     
  7. ByDesign

    ByDesign Senior Member
    Messages: 372

    Seems rather stupid to try and run it without a remote then. Using a fair amount of material till you drove. Especially if you ever have a smaller section. Also, how well does the material stay in the hopper with the chute open and it not spinning?

    ByDesign
     
  8. AuroraMSP

    AuroraMSP Senior Member
    Messages: 165

    It doesn't come out unless the auger is spinning. It's just an emergency option to get it to run without the FOB. You can test it at least.