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post #1 of 14 Old 11-01-2014, 10:27 PM Thread Starter
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Check this one out!

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Is it my imagination or is the left side auger'on backwards? Something doesn't look right...Must just be the angle the picture was taken...

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you are right, something doesn't look right
after looking at that one maybe my craftsman wasn't assembled so bad after all

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It is just the position of the auger and the angle of the picture.
The augers should look like this when installed correctly. /// o \\\
When swapped side to side they look like this. \\\ o ///

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It is just the position of the auger and the angle of the picture.
The augers should look like this when installed correctly. /// o \\\
When swapped side to side they look like this. \\\ o ///
Yep. But for some reason ( photo angle) they look like this \\\o\\\.

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Could be a point of negotiating, it only clears 15".....half price.

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I slept on this and took another look. I'm still not sure if they're installed the correct way. It makes my head hurt to try to figure this out.

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They are not flipped, but it looks like one is mounted 90 degrees out of phase.
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HIS English is a little off the mark also..

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I'm with GMH they are out of phase with one another.
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To me they look fine. The picture is just at an off angle.

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