User Manual

NOTE: Before using this machine, make sure that the power
source you will use complies with the specications detailed
in this manual. Before inserting the plug into the socket, verify
that the snow thrower’s roll shaft and rubber plates are rmly
secured with screws, and that the rubber plates are facing the
correct direction. Perform a test run to ensure that the rotor
turns freely.
Securing the Extension Cord
1. For safe and ecient use of your snow thrower, use only
a UL-rated extension cord recommended for outdoor use.
Refer to the Extension Cord Chart that follows.
2. Push the loop of the extension cord through the slot from
the opposite side of the restraint hook. Position the loop
over the hook and pull the cable back through the slot
(Fig. 12).
3. Insert the female end of the extension cord into the
appliance's polarized male plug (Fig. 13).
4. Note that the snow thrower has a polarized male plug –
one prong in the plug is slightly longer and wider than the
other (Fig. 14). The extension cord female end should be
likewise polarized so that the extension cord ts snugly
into the appliance plug.
Electric shock may cause SEVERE INJURY or
Do not allow any part of snow thrower to make
contact with water while powered on. If the appliance
becomes wet while turned o, wipe dry before
Use only a UL-, CSA- or ETL-rated extension cord
for outdoor, all-weather use. Do not use an extension
cord over 100 ft (30 m).
Do not touch the appliance or its plug with wet hands
or while standing in water. Wearing rubber boots
oers some protection.
Cord Length:
Min. Wire Gauge (A.W.G.):
Up to 50 ft
(15 m)
+50 ft - 100 ft
(+15 m - 30 m)
Fig. 12
Fig. 13
Fig. 14
electrical shock and serious bodily injury.
Before operating the snow thrower, carefully examine
the electrical cord. If the cord is damaged, do not use
the snow thrower. Replace or repair the damaged cord
immediately. If you need assistance, contact an
authorized Snow Joe
+ Sun Joe
service center.