Troy-Bilt Snow Thrower

31AS2T5F766

31AS2T5F766

Features

Model

100-200 Series Single Stage

Engine

Troy-Bilt 752Z270-JU 208cc

Clearing Width

21 Inches

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Model Manual Form Number Download operator's manual
31AS2T5F766 SNOWTHROWER:1STG:21 F STY 2WAY
MANL:OPER:BILING:179/208/243cc 769-11570 PDF Version
MANL:OPER:BILING:SS SNOW 769-11502 PDF Version
MANL:OPER:BILING:TB 2M5/2T5 769-09094 PDF Version
MANL:OPER:BILING:TB 2M5/2T5 769-09944 PDF Version
MANL:OPER:ENGINE:MTD:179/208C 769-06052C PDF Version
MANL:OPER:ENGINE:MTD:179/208C 769-06052E PDF Version
MANL:OPER:ENGINE:MTD:179/208C 769-06052F PDF Version
MANL:OPER:ENGL:SS SNOW 769-10790 PDF Version
SHEET:SUPP:WARR/PARTS:TB 1X 769-10815 PDF Version
SHEET:SUPP:WARR/PARTS:TB 1X 769-11600 PDF Version
31AS2T5F766 SNOWTHROWER:208CC 21 SGL STAGE
MANL:OPER:BILING:TB 2M5/2T5 769-07131 PDF Version
MANL:OPER:BILING:TB 2M5/2T5 769-07131A PDF Version
MANL:OPER:BILING:TB 2M5/2T5 769-08234 PDF Version
MANL:OPER:ENGINE:MTD:179/208C 769-06052B PDF Version
MANL:PARTS:TB 31A-2M5-2T5 769-07134 PDF Version
MANL:PARTS:TB 31A-2M5-2T5 769-08108 PDF Version
MANL:PARTS:TB 31A-2M5-2T5 769-09008 PDF Version
MANL:PARTS:TB 31A-2M5-2T5 769-09849 PDF Version
MANL:PARTS:TB 31A-2M5-2T5 769-10896 PDF Version

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Safety rules and instructions, if not followed, could endanger the personal safety and/or property of the operator and others. Read and follow all instructions in the manual before attempting to operate your outdoor power equipment. As with any type of power equipment, carelessness or error on the part of the operator can result in serious injury. Your machine is capable of amputating hands and feet and throwing objects. Failure to observe the safety rules and instructions, both on the machine and in the Operator's Manual, could result in serious injury or death.

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Maintenance Schedule

Before Each Use

  1. Tighten hardware
  2. Always add fresh fuel to your equipment's fuel tank
  3. Check & clear the chute of any debris or material
  4. Check saftey devices for proper functionality
  5. Check oil level using the dipstick

After Each Use

  1. Wipe down the unit. This will prevent premature wear of the housing & slide shoes
  2. Inspect auger for damage
  3. Run unit to clear auger chute

Every 50 Hours

  1. Change oil
  2. Inspect drive belt, and replace with O.E.M. parts if needed
  3. Inspect shave plate, and replace with O.E.M parts if needed
  4. Inspect the rubber auger, and replace with O.E.M. parts if needed

Prior to Storage

  1. Wipe down unit of any moisture to prevent damage to the housing
  2. Winter units stay in storage for the majority of the year. We recommend running the unit dry of fuel prior to storage

Always refer to your operator's manual for additional detailed information

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