Model #D2450-010 NOMA Snowthrower, Gas

  • Handle Assembly
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  • Chute Control Rod
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  • Discharge Chute
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  • Auger Housing
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  • Control Panel
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  • Frame Components
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  • Engine Components
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  • Drive Components
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  • Wheel Assembly
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  • Gear Box
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  • Decal
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Q:

My Noma D2450010 Auger doesnt stop spinning when Disengaged? D2450-010 Noma 24" snow thrower

Q:

noisy auger engagement on model 889702 craftsman snow blower

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I understand that your snow blower is making loud noises. I have taken some time to research your question here on the Manage My Life website and I noticed that someone else had asked a similar question with a posted response from an expert. I attached the link below for you to view. I hope the link that I have provided you is useful.

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Alina F. -
November 27, 2010
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thanks for the info. I checked it out but my noise is different. It sounds like a chunk of ice just went through the blower. the only time you hear it is when you first engage the auger. I've used it for about two weeks and it does it every time i engage the auger. i can't see any sign of the auger rubbing and I can rotate the augers by hand and can't see any problems with clearance anywhere.

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hornetsport -
November 27, 2010
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Thank you for your question.

The clunk noise is not normal. You can hear a slight squeal when the belt is tightening and that is normal. The clunking could be from the auger input bearing. I have added an image below showing the location of this bearing. To check the bearing, remove the spark plug wire first. Then with gloved hand try to move the impeller up and down and side to side. There should not be any movement. If there is, you need to replace the bearing.

If you only get the clunk when the engine is off it could be just the noise of the belt tightening. If this is the case there is nothing to be alarmed about it is normal.

Please let me know if you have any other questions. Thank you for using Manage my life.

Mark T.

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Mark T -
Sears Technician
November 28, 2010
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Thank you for your question.

The clunk noise is not normal. You can hear a slight squeal when the belt is tightening and that is normal. The clunking could be from the auger input bearing. I have added an image below showing the location of this bearing. To check the bearing, remove the spark plug wire first. Then with gloved hand try to move the impeller up and down and side to side. There should not be any movement. If there is, you need to replace the bearing.

If you only get the clunk when the engine is off it could be just the noise of the belt tightening. If this is the case there is nothing to be alarmed about it is normal.

Please let me know if you have any other questions. Thank you for using Manage my life.

Mark T.

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Mark T -
Sears Technician
November 28, 2010
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I just started my snowblower for the first time and I hear a clunk sound. When the snowblower is off, I can move the impeller by hand in the opposite direction that it is supposed to rotate when engaged (it does not move in the other direction). Is the impeller supposed to move this way?

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David -
January 11, 2011
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Thank you for the reply. The impeller should not turn. There is a brake that stops the pulley when the belt is disengaged. I have gotten this question a lot lately so I contacted the manufacture. The noise you hear is the belt hitting the belt cover. The way the cover was designed the belt should come in contact with the cover. This does two things, the first is keeps the belt over the pulley and second holds the belt off the pulley. If you remove the cover and look on the under side you will see where the cover is molded with what I will call grippers. This is a rough section that holds the belt. I noise you are hearing is normal. I hope this is helpful.

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Mark T -
Sears Technician
January 12, 2011
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I am still concerned with the impeller moving in the opposite direction when I push on it with my hand with moderate force. What should I do about this issue? Should I bring it in or is it fine? The snowblower is brand new. I read that there is a two year wrranty. Is that correct? Thanks for the help, Dave

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David -
January 24, 2011
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When the pulley brake is engaged, there will be friction when trying to turn the impeller. If you would like to see if the impeller is working fine, you can remove the belt cover and the auger belt. Then tie the auger engagement lever down with a piece of rope. This will release the brake. Now the impeller should move freely in both directions. If it does not move I recommend taking it in for service. The snow blower has a two year warranty that covers manufacture defects.

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Mark T -
Sears Technician
January 24, 2011
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Hi there, I apologize if this is the wrong section, but I am having issues with my auger engagement mechanism. This is for an older Noma 8hp 2 stage snow thrower. I cannot find a part for this anywhere... any help would be REALLY appreciated. See Images attached. when the auger handle is depressed it forces a bar to lift and release the "auger"(?) mechanism. the plate that does this has worn through over years of use. I need to order this part, that bolts on with 2 bolts. I have no idea wear to go, and no it is chewing through my belts. HELP please!!!

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kip -
February 02, 2011
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Thank you for your reply. I have searched through the older snow blower books and could not find any thing in the books that look like the same set up. I search through random Noma models and think I found the part you need. I have provided you with the parts break down below with the part boxed in red. The part number is 580944MA. If you would like to order the part please click the following link. [ Sears Parts Direct | www.searspartsdirect.com?MML=MMLxexpertxmerch ] . The model number I used was D2450-010. I hope this part works for you. Please let me know if you need further assistance. Thank you for using Manage my life. Mark T.

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Mark T -
Sears Technician
February 03, 2011
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