A gap between the discharge chute and the chute
deﬂector may allow the snowthrower to throw
snow and objects in the direction of the operator.
Thrown objects could cause serious personal
When clearing steps, hold the snowthrower by the
primary and secondary handles and use a swinging or
Do not force the chute deﬂector too far
forward so that a gap appears between the
discharge chute and chute deﬂector.
When using the secondary handle, never direct
the snow discharge chute at the operator or
bystanders. The snowthrower can throw objects
and cause serious personal injury.
Do not overtighten the locknuts that hold the
chute deﬂector in place.
When using the secondary handle, always turn
the discharge chute in the opposite direction
from where you or bystanders are standing.
Begin removing snow near the electrical outlet and
work outward. Blow back and forth, not away from
and toward the outlet.
Keep the extension cord clear of obstructions, sharp
objects, and all moving parts. Do not pull sharply on
cord or abuse it in any manner. Frequently inspect the
extension cord for damage that may result in an electric
shock. If the extension cord becomes damaged, replace
When turning at the end of a swath, step over the cord
and turn the snowthrower.
Always overlap each swath and discharge the snow
downwind when possible.
To shave down large banks of snow, lift the snowthrower
by the primary and secondary handles (Figure 11)
and place the snowthrower on the bank. Let the
weight of the snowthrower shave down the bank in a
In cold and snowy weather conditions, some controls
and moving parts may freeze. Therefore, when any
control becomes difﬁcult to operate, stop the motor,
disconnect the extension cord, and check for frozen
parts. Do not use excessive force when trying to operate
frozen controls. Free all the controls and moving parts
When operating the snowthrower, keep the wheels
inch (2.5 cm) off the pavement by tipping the
snowthrower forward. This helps prevent the snow
from building up on the wheels.
After clearing the snow, let the motor run for a few
minutes so that moving parts don’t freeze. Then shut
off the motor, wait for all moving parts to stop, and
wipe the ice and snow off the snowthrower. Rotate the
chute crank several times to remove the snow.
|Categories||Snow Blower Manuals, Toro Snow Blower|
|Tags||Toro 1800 Power Curve, Toro 38026|
|Model Year||2007. 2008, 2009|
|Document Type||Operator's Manual|
|Serial Number||290000001 - 290001000|
|Product Name||1800 Power Curve Snowthrower|
|Product Brand||Toro. Customer Service Representatives are available by phone:
Monday - Friday 7:30 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. (CDT) - Saturday 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. (CDT) - Sunday 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. (CDT)
Canada 1-888-225-4886 USA 1-888-384-9939, Snow Blower
|Engine Motor Size||7.3 amp|
|Engine Motor Type||230 VAC|
|Document File Type|
|Wikipedia's Page||Toro Company|
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