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While clearing the driveway with my QA-42, the auger slid to the right knocking off the drive chain from its sprocket.
Also, I noticed the auger shaft is about an inch past the face of the right side bearing, and flush with the left side bearing. I searched the internet and the only thing I could determine is the set screws in the bearings loosened up causing the auger shaft to slip. I am not sure if this is right, any help with this problem would be greatly appreciated.
Last edited by pharmerphil3
on Sun Jan 22, 2012 2:35 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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