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Q:

How do I remove the bearing between the auger pulleys and the housing?

A:

Definitely having to do repairs yourself can be a challenge. I have taken the time to research on the Manage My Life website and have located a link from previous expert post,which while you are waiting for a detailed reply from an expert I have attached the link below. Hope this helps!

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Priscilla V -
January 19, 2012
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Don't listen to the automated responses. I finally got the bearing free. Believe me, it takes PATIENCE, nothing else. I heated it with a torch, left weights on it over night, and sprayed the heck out of it with wd-40. I fought with it when I didn't need to. I put two pry bars under the bearing, between the housing, and beat the shaft down and nothing happened. Just be patient. Spray the bearing periodically. The next day, I put a piece of wood under the secondary auger to prop the bearing up off the housing and used a socket to hit the bearing in the other direction from off. Then, my father found a gear puller, which didn't quite fit in the small space between the housing. I finally go a corner of the second leg of the puller under and used a hammer to punch it in. Finally, it broke free. I put a piece of metal between the shaft and the puller bolt so I didn't mess up the threads that hold the pulley wheels in and the bearing came right off. I super lubed everything when I put it back together, all the shafts, the gear box, and under the bearing. The machine is fairly old so I should have expected nothing less from it. If it happens again, I know not to be discoraged, but to be patient.

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James Ward -
January 20, 2012
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Thank you for your question.

I am sorry you are having a problem removing the shaft. I suspect you are trying to remove the impeller shaft from the housing. If this is the case, follow the instructions in the image below. Click on the image to enlarge it. Some models have a lock collar between the pulley and the bearing. This lock collar has setscrew(s) that have to be loosened to remove it. Once the collar is removed the shaft should slide through the bearing. You probably have a little rust around the shaft that makes it harder to remove the shaft. You have to soak the shaft with WD-40 and let is sit. If the shaft will not come out by tapping it with a block of wood and a hammer, you will need a two-jaw puller to remove the bearing.

I hope this is helpful. Please reply below with more details if you need further assistance.

Thank you for using Manage my life.

Mark T.

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Mark T -
Sears Technician
January 21, 2012
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Thank you for your question.

I am sorry you are having a problem removing the shaft. I suspect you are trying to remove the impeller shaft from the housing. If this is the case, follow the instructions in the image below. Click on the image to enlarge it. Some models have a lock collar between the pulley and the bearing. This lock collar has setscrew(s) that have to be loosened to remove it. Once the collar is removed the shaft should slide through the bearing. You probably have a little rust around the shaft that makes it harder to remove the shaft. You have to soak the shaft with WD-40 and let is sit. If the shaft will not come out by tapping it with a block of wood and a hammer, you will need a two-jaw puller to remove the bearing.

I hope this is helpful. Please reply below with more details if you need further assistance.

Thank you for using Manage my life.

Mark T.

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Mark T -
Sears Technician
January 21, 2012
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Thanks for your trying to recover answer. It took more than twenty four hours for you to respond, and you didn't answer my original question. I put the model number in the question and if you were an expert, you would have known that that snow blower has a slide on bearing which is held in place with a plate. Thanks, but no thanks, I answered my own question to help others.

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James Ward -
January 22, 2012
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