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HAS1332ACTD warranty work, TSB's

Hey,

Taking my has1332actd in for some work this week before the warranty expires.

The chute control acts up, I know there is a TSB for that, anyone have it handy?

The auger handle no longer stays locked I have to hold it down or else it disengages. There's a TSB for that also if you guys know it?

I'm not 100% sure if it slows down much after repetitive forwards/backwards movement related to the transmission, but I may get them to install the tranny fluid res anyways. There's a TSB for that also?

And it's running pretty lean I need to keep the choke partially pulled out so I'll have that taken care of.

At the same time I'll get them to do a 108 or 110 jet but not sure which I should go with?

The new chute design I won't bother with because I know how to use the machine and it only clogs if I'm an idiot with it lol.

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Yes, there is a TSB for the early models of the HSS series due to cavitation in the fluid and a transmission reservoir is the solution. I know that Robert's posts here on the forum discussed many of these technical service bulletins, but I am not sure how to find this information.

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Note: these are USA service bulletins; looks like you're in Canada based on your model number...

The chute controls problem is just a standard warranty coverage item.

Ground Speed Service Bulletin: https://www.snowblowerforum.com/foru...714-post1.html

Interlock Service Bulletin: https://www.snowblowerforum.com/foru...354-post1.html

Chute Service Bulletin: https://www.snowblowerforum.com/foru...589-post1.html

Jet depends on altitude: 110 @ sea level; 108 at anything up to a few thousand feet; 105 above 4000 feet; stock 102 above 7000 feet (all give or take temperature - your experience may vary).
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So I am between 200-300ft above sea level. It's pretty cold here sometimes, easily -20c for a month straight (-4f) so should I go with the 108 or the 110?

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So I am between 200-300ft above sea level. It's pretty cold here sometimes, easily -20c for a month straight (-4f) so should I go with the 108 or the 110?
I guess that I would try the #108 first, based on the experience of others farther above sea level than I am. See @jrom's post here, for example: https://www.snowblowerforum.com/foru...1-post771.html
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