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Snow shute does not stay in place

I have a Brute 169730 14.50 Briggs and Stratton snow blower and the snow shute will not stay in place. I point it in a direction and as soon and the snow starts to come out of the shute it turns forward. It appears to be loose but I can see no tension spring or any other adjustment. Any ideas would be greatly appreciated.
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I have a Brute 169730 14.50 Briggs and Stratton snow blower and the snow shute will not stay in place. I point it in a direction and as soon and the snow starts to come out of the shute it turns forward. It appears to be loose but I can see no tension spring or any other adjustment. Any ideas would be greatly appreciated.
There some adjustment bolts down at the bottom of the chute. might have to tighten them down. ALOHA from the paradise city here in the sub zero frozen tundra.

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How is it controlled, by crank with a worm gear, or a covered gear further up the shute?


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Can you point out the bolts to adjust the tension??

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Can anyone point out the adjustment bolts?
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Pictures arent working, u may need to post a few more times before it lets you post pics


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