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Well, going into the 2nd year of ownership and I have already had two issues with the cables that control the chute direction and forward/reverse lever! Was able to free them up and complete the job but I have serious doubts about longevity with the controls.

Something to think about, as I am well out of warranty and wonder to myself how this could happen in just the 2nd season of operation. 

Very disappointed, however the engine has started and run well and everything else seems to be working fine... Problem is, the controls for the chute and clutch are very important and it won't matter how reliable the rest is, if you can not control this big snow thrower it becomes pretty much useless. I am going to look into it more today but the chute froze where the metal part meets with the plastic - ice formed in that channel where it pivots and it prevents you from changing the directions of the chute with the hand control lever. Not sure on the clutch for forward/reverse movement, but it appears to be hanging up too - preventing it from being fully depressed and locking in the blades - also makes for uncomfortable operation.

 

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Having lived off a main road where the plow trucks routinely plow you into your freshly cleaned driveway (in my case two driveways) and having literally worn out three snowblowers since my time here I decided this year to spend on a nicer one. Picked up the Husqvarna ST 224 with dual action auger to chop up and throw that slushy nasty snow that collects at the end of the driveway. Damn thing cost $849 out the door with tax but with the 11% rebate card and my cards 3% cash back I picked it up for about $700 after all is said and done.

Thing is completely self propelled forward and reverse with heated handles and LED headlights! Even has a starter hanging off the side of it that looks about the size you'd find on a Ford Focus or something.

Pretty fancy thing... it better not break in the 90 day warranty from Lowes or it's going back! LOL, I honestly hope to get over 20 years from this piece of equipment, if not more. Some of the cables and such are somewhat concerning as they may become an issue as there is lots of plastic. Not like the old ones with all steel rods and levers, this unit uses cables which we all know get stiff... Really concerned about that but my Husqvarna lawn mower has been a very reliable unit so I figured what the h3ll... It's the companies money! LOL

I'll update the thread if I have any problems, or in the event it's smooth sailing all year I'll just update it next year after a full year of use and a summer of sitting.



-- Edited by SELLC on Sunday 20th of January 2019 04:09:06 PM

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So glad I invested in a good snow blower this year! The Husqvarna ST 224 has been marvelous in it's operation and with the really bad weather and multiple snow storms it hasn't missed a beat! Starts so easy I don't even really use the electric starter! Headlights work good but occasionally you have to wipe them off from snow cover. 

This thing literally throws the snow with it's dual stage system! Even that heavy wet nasty snow from the plow at the end of the driveway is no match for this beast! It's even fun to use because I been clearing areas I never cleared before just to chew thru it! LOL

For residential use, it seems this unit has been pretty reliable.. Of course I'll keep the thread updated at time goes by but so far it's been great! I am even starting to grow a bond with the unit, it's almost part of the family now!



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Had two in Maine. 15-18 feet of snow average a year. The old Husky made by MTD was more reliable but liked both. Kept wearing out plow trucks, went to snowblowers. much better!

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Well, going into the 2nd year of ownership and I have already had two issues with the cables that control the chute direction and forward/reverse lever! Was able to free them up and complete the job but I have serious doubts about longevity with the controls.

Something to think about, as I am well out of warranty and wonder to myself how this could happen in just the 2nd season of operation. 

Very disappointed, however the engine has started and run well and everything else seems to be working fine... Problem is, the controls for the chute and clutch are very important and it won't matter how reliable the rest is, if you can not control this big snow thrower it becomes pretty much useless. I am going to look into it more today but the chute froze where the metal part meets with the plastic - ice formed in that channel where it pivots and it prevents you from changing the directions of the chute with the hand control lever. Not sure on the clutch for forward/reverse movement, but it appears to be hanging up too - preventing it from being fully depressed and locking in the blades - also makes for uncomfortable operation. 



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Also thought I would mention that the heated handles are pretty much worthless as I have yet to ever feel them become warm. You will still need good gloves to operate this unit as the handles do not get even remotely warm enough to warm your fingers - even if you wrap your fingers all the way around the handles.



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There's always something designed in there to fail in a short time !

I'd move down south into Kentucky where there is no snow to worry about year 'round, just nice warm weather...

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Sheeeeat... We wash our balls in water colder than it is right now up here in the Great White North! Heck its going down to -5 (F) degree tonight... That will put wind chills somewhere in the -10 to -20 (F) below.... My point being, where were these Canadians putting this $hit together and testing the stuff!? Kentucky!? LOL!

I am stuck with the machine now, so I will find a reliable fix -- however you expect more from a piece of equipment like this! This kind of oversight on a crucial aspect of the snow thrower is unacceptable, and don't get me wrong - this little puppy is being WORKED! But you buy heavy duty for a reason, and that reason is because you want something that will last.

Sans these issues which I have since cleaned and spray lubed the chute, and I figure something is frozen up at the cable for the drive to where its not actuating proper - I was able to clear the snow and it didn't leave me totally screwed... But I will have to fiddle with it tonight and see what is going on. The drive cable just happened today so I haven't had a chance to look at it. The chute froze up last night "after" doing our two massive driveways. Maybe they will read this and fix future designs, like perhaps warming the chute instead of the worthless handlebar warmers - or better yet better heaters on the handles and another one on the ring of the chute pivot, or maybe another design all together?

Maybe if I am not completely frozen I can take a photo or twenty, get to the bottom of this. 



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Steady 90 - 100 degrees in your scale down this way...Awesome...No snow to worry about either lol !

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There's always something designed in there to fail in a short time !

I'd move down south into Kentucky where there is no snow to worry about year 'round, just nice warm weather...


 I wish! Ice everywhere, little snow maybe an inch but very cold. Yesterday 13F with wind chill. 



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Mine both used to freeze up out in the barn, even if I got them cleaned off pretty good. The newer one was worse for frozen things than the older one. I used to keep a blue tarp over them and a droplight under the tarp. Really made a difference.



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Mine both used to freeze up out in the barn, even if I got them cleaned off pretty good. The newer one was worse for frozen things than the older one. I used to keep a blue tarp over them and a droplight under the tarp. Really made a difference.


 

Good luck finding them 100W bulbs when they burn out! LOL

Seems after heating mine in the garage it has unfrozen.. I am going to lube every pivot and clean it up - see what happens with the next system.

I had honestly hoped that this unit was going to be as reliable as my Husqvarna lawn mower, but perhaps there is a learning curve with this equipment where there are just places you have to tend to in heavy snow... I only found it odd because last year when it was new I didn't have one lick of problems with it all season... then this season problems right out the gate? I'll keep everyone posted.

I considered getting one with a manual crank to change chute direction but I liked the speed in which the slide handle operated as I frequently have to adjust the direction and angle of the shooting snow in my application.



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Didn't have very high watt bulbs. 25-40 maybe, was a plastic droplight. My older one had that manual crank, worked good. Better machine than the newer one, actually was made by MTD for Husky.

Didn't really like the heated grips, was too hot! The little steer levers kinda sucked too.

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Just for clarification, as others reading this may not know - but you're in Kentucky right?

I mean how often do they see temps in the negative (F) in Kentucky?

Or was this when you lived more North?



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Few times a winter it goes below 0, negative too often, like today and tomorrow

Had the blowers in Maine 2 hrs from Quebec, lots snow and below 0 there!

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Maine huh, yeah that gets pretty intense up there... How was the lobster? Always big and always fresh?



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Yup, average 15 feet a year but seen more. Lobster was good, seafood, clams. Not to far to the coast so a few people went every day, one lived a mile from me. I lobstered myself a few years, own boat off CT. Ate many a good lobster, never did get my fill!

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Well, think I may have blown the engine on the snowblower tonight... Not sure but it seems that way as blue flames are coming out the exhaust at times and it is stalling. Also seems like reduced compression...

Might be having to call AMEX if they don't warranty the engine. Have to dig into it tomorrow to see after the heater gets fired up... crankcase is full of oil to the line per specs... just changed it this season too.

Thankfully it waited until after I cleared about 6-7 inches of snow in both driveways but I think it's clear that this snow thrower was not tested well and has proven to be quite a lot of trouble going into its second season! 

Not what I expected, had such good luck with their lawnmower... Oh well, live and learn I guess! I'll keep everyone posted on my findings.



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The part that really sucks is that I'd like to help a few neighbors with their driveways, but honestly can't risk it as I need it for mine! Feel like every minute of use is a pre-engineered countdown to a costly service. Hope they understand, I have to take care of my driveways first, and if it breaks by the time I am done, not much I can do! 



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Hey SELLC, if they're not asking for your help, you've nothing to worry about.

It seems that "everyone" that lives in a climate like yours, should have one in the same way that everyone has their own lawn mower.

Don't feel bad, help only if they ask. And if it takes-a-shit while on their property clearing a drive-way, they may just help-you-out with repairs !

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That doesn't sound good. Both mine ran very well, year after year.

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SELLC wrote:

So glad I invested in a good snow blower this year! The Husqvarna ST 224 has been marvelous in it's operation and with the really bad weather and multiple snow storms it hasn't missed a beat! Starts so easy I don't even really use the electric starter! Headlights work good but occasionally you have to wipe them off from snow cover. 

This thing literally throws the snow with it's dual stage system! Even that heavy wet nasty snow from the plow at the end of the driveway is no match for this beast! It's even fun to use because I been clearing areas I never cleared before just to chew thru it! LOL

For residential use, it seems this unit has been pretty reliable.. Of course I'll keep the thread updated at time goes by but so far it's been great! I am even starting to grow a bond with the unit, it's almost part of the family now!


 You actually snowblowed that? In Maine, a flurry popcorn fart storm like that's done with a broombiggrin 

Ya'll gotta shovel roofs off? In Maine least 3 times a year or more, waist deep pack and ice, ice underneath. Garunteed you gonna go sledding off the roof into the snowbanks too. Just swear some and climb the ladder again.



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Well it would appear that the engine IS NOT blown... Apparently when operating these things at a 45 degree angle the floats like to stick - hence the blue fames out the exhaust. Since it was rich as can be, obviously there was a washout of the cylinder that made it appear the compression was not that of what it was. After warming up once again, cleaning and then re-starting it was back operating at optimal performance.

I have found that using silicone spray around the neck of the chute, along with a regular cleaning of the area before use prevents freeze ups. This is obviously a friction/wear area that needs attention prior to every use - especially in very low temperatures or when clearing salt/snowpack at the foot of the drive. 

So while I have had some surprises with the machine, and it has been somewhat of a learning curve - I'm still glad to have it every time the snow piles up. I won't lie, I expected better but given the past snow blowers I have had, this is about the best I have ever owned with its dual stage chopper and thrower.

 



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 You actually snowblowed that? In Maine, a flurry popcorn fart storm like that's done with a broombiggrin 

Ya'll gotta shovel roofs off? In Maine least 3 times a year or more, waist deep pack and ice, ice underneath. Garunteed you gonna go sledding off the roof into the snowbanks too. Just swear some and climb the ladder again.


 

We're expecting another flurry popcorn fart storm similar to that, you can come show me how it's done with a broom because that would be quite interesting! And the only way you get icepack under snow is if you were too lazy to broom the driveway during the first fart storm! LOL

So, that said - sounds like they get a lot of snow up there in Maine, but I am sure our states Yoopers would agree with me, these new snowblowers are nice - but there is ALWAYS room for improvement! Take it from the guy who uses one!

You know what they say, you can stick your head up a bulls ass to get a good look at a T-Bone, but I'd rather just take the butchers word for it.



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Just teasing. I snow blowed anything over a few inches. I had a good plow rig a few years, 6 foot Fischer, hyd pump off my engine, on a GM heavy half 4x4. Very nice, warm, fast but plowing takes a toll on trucks! Sold it got the old Husky (actually MTD made) and a new one, best available in 2008.

I tell ya. Cover with a 8x8 tarp, small watt droplight. It drys EVERYTHING that make them sticky or balky. My chutes always worked great, older one was awesomemosis.

Cool find about the angle messing with the float!

I did blow paths everywhere. All around the house besides drive and walks. Exercise patches for doggies etc. Even with snows where the blower was submerged! It still blew, just have to blow twice to get it all. My paths were 4-6 feet OVER my head, and still with the 2 stages it blew over.

Yea I shoveled alot too. Like every single day cause somehow it snowed every day! :)

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LOL !

Move further south my friends, where the sun shines, & the only snow is capped on-top of the mountains !

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Love to. Only prob more south is more people! I'm kinda a hermit.

KY is a cool state, a true commonwealth. State cuts trees along the highway, you can go cut it for firewood and they are happy you did. Just a tiny example of why I am here when I have lived so any places. This state doesn't mess with it's residents, it wants them and wants them happy.

Think I would like down-under fr sure. Most the getting used to it, novelty, but after that. Is It KY? Can I have my gun collection? Buy some shine? (heck I can make that)

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Think I would like down-under fr sure. Most the getting used to it, novelty, but after that. Is It KY? Can I have my gun collection? Buy some shine? (heck I can make that)


 

Oz is fine Shawnee ! Probably not too different to California in most places to be quite honest, though here in Tasmania is more like your Kentucky I'd say, at least as far as the cooler climate & people population go lol ! ( It gets cold for sure, but the snow stays up-in-the mountains generally. No need for the snow-machines).

If you have a permit, I'm confident that you can keep your gun collection. And for sure shine is illegal, but "ask no question, tell no lie" !



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Sounds cool Mate. Thought of it all my life, not kidding. I lived CA a year, Long Beach area. That was mid 80's. Mucho liberal but I enjoyed and fit in fine. Cost of living, apt wise was killer. Food and stuff was a deal. Too bad, was a cool place. I'd be at Newport Beach every early AM watching the small fish boats come in. Loaded on a jeep and trailer then the fish went out on a table, whatever they caught long lining that AM.

I'd probably love OZ. But permit? Hmmmm Outsider gun dealer, manufacturer, collector, got a few silencer/suppressors? Be interesting!!!

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Oz is fine Shawnee ! Probably not too different to California in most places to be quite honest, though here in Tasmania is more like your Kentucky I'd say, at least as far as the cooler climate & people population go lol ! ( It gets cold for sure, but the snow stays up-in-the mountains generally. No need for the snow-machines).

If you have a permit, I'm confident that you can keep your gun collection. And for sure shine is illegal, but "ask no question, tell no lie" !


 

Just did some research on Tasmania, lol... All this time I thought Tasmania was a fictional place where WB's Tasmanian Devil come from! LOL!

Come to find out it looks like a tropical island utopia just a stone throw south from Melbourne! I always wanted to visit Melbourne, I even first started hosting my websites thru Melbourne IT - but it became difficult to communicate because of the time zones and having to use more cost effective internet phones to call them. At the time I was relatively new to the whole WWW and needed a lot of support. 

Didn't you just recently move to the island Rastus? IIRC you had gone dark for a period and come back with news that you moved... I just figured you moved somewhere else in Australia, not a tropical island! LOL



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Oz is fine Shawnee ! Probably not too different to California in most places to be quite honest, though here in Tasmania is more like your Kentucky I'd say, at least as far as the cooler climate & people population go lol ! ( It gets cold for sure, but the snow stays up-in-the mountains generally. No need for the snow-machines).

If you have a permit, I'm confident that you can keep your gun collection. And for sure shine is illegal, but "ask no question, tell no lie" !


 

Just did some research on Tasmania, lol... All this time I thought Tasmania was a fictional place where WB's Tasmanian Devil come from! LOL!

Come to find out it looks like a tropical island utopia just a stone throw south from Melbourne! I always wanted to visit Melbourne, I even first started hosting my websites thru Melbourne IT - but it became difficult to communicate because of the time zones and having to use more cost effective internet phones to call them. At the time I was relatively new to the whole WWW and needed a lot of support. 

1.Didn't you just recently move to the island Rastus?

2.IIRC you had gone dark for a period and come back with news that you moved...

3.I just figured you moved somewhere else in Australia, not a tropical island! LOL


 LOL !

R1. I've been here now about 12-years ! I had to come down this way, as the Maritime College here offers International Tickets, so more job-opportunity-potential.

R2. Hmmm...Not sure about that one mate, but I'd always been wanting to bring the rest-of-my-stuff down here from the mainland, but irregular work contracts meant that I had to hang on to my $$$, & wait for the right time to do so. Ideally, I would have liked to grab a place ( apartment ) in Queensland, & Tasmania, so that I could have nice warm weather all-year-round when I was off-duty, but I was only lucky enough to get a little place in Tasmania...For now at least anyway...

R3. No, I haven't moved, but I just grabbed the rest of my stuff that was still hiding in various places at my folks place. With the SLC giving me irregular running the last few years, it wasn't until I bought this wagon with the Fireball V-6 in it, that I had reliable-enough transport to do the recovery mission with...And even then the transmission took-a-shyte whilst I was visiting, meaning I had to find a cool $400:00 to get the engine-warning-light off-my-dash, & get 1st & over-drive gears back...Apparently the 2nd-1st solenoid had a dump, & also fried the Main Engine CPU in the process lol, but luckily, some S/H units were available...

Tasmania is NOT a tropical island. It's just south of the 40-degree-lattitude which means 4-seasons in a year, of near equal distribution. It's like a huge version of your Jackal Island off the Virginia coast-line, though sometimes the cold & short day-light hours through winter make it feel like Nova Scotia LOL ! Any colder than it is, & I'd move. Year-round motorcycling on super-twisty-roads with little traffic was the main draw-card to staying.

Melbourne is great ! I lived there for 10-years before coming here to Tas, & grew up in a town near-by Melbourne, called Geelong...The 1st Mad Max film, I think you guys call it Road warrior  from 1979 was filmed on it's northern out-skirts, & southern beaches, & inner Corio bay...

Anyhow, the traffic & urban spread in that last 10-years has made the place a metropolis, & shit to live in IMO. There's houses & industry all around the bay that you see on the map, meaning all townships are a part of Melbourne now...Bummer, but that's population growth for you !



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