Snowex salt spreader spinner motors do most of the time gets sized due to salt gets into the shaft and bearings. Due to weather it attracts moisture. When a seized motor tries to turn, it gets burnt out. See the photo of D6106, D6827 salt motor. Fits SnowEx SP-325, SP-575, SP-1075, SP-3000, SP-6000.1/3 hp, 12 volt DC, 12-15 amps under load, semi-sealed.   Also fits the Meyer, Curtis and Lesco spreaders that Trynex private labeled for them.  
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There are two ways to start a snow blower. Manually, pull the cord or press of a button. I know what you are thinking. I have the strength to pull, ha!  Well when we get older, your mind may be strong but not your body. The shoulder starts to relax and pulling during a windy snowy day will is harder, especially for seniors.  Back injury, shoulder and hand wrist  injury are very common. This type of injury can cause permanent damage which could lead to hospital, Chiropractor or
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The most frequent pump leaks are from the shaft seal assembly. The pump shaft seal is located where the motor shaft goes into the pump. Shaft seals will wear over time and generally need to be replaced every 2-3 years. Improper water chemistry or extended run times will cause shaft seals to wear out more quickly. What are the signs of a shaft seal leak? A shaft seal leak is usually noticed as water on the ground under the pump. On many pumps the motor shaft is visible and leaks will be vi
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