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post #1 of 14 Old 12-31-2015, 08:41 AM Thread Starter
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Honda HS622 clutch problem

Would anyone have a repair manual that they could post/or email me a couple pictures of how to disassemble to get at the clutch

Thanks David
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Would anyone have a repair manual that they could post/or email me a couple pictures of how to disassemble to get at the clutch

Thanks David
You can PM [email protected] and see if he could help you with that (he is very helpful ).
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Yep, Robert would be your best bet. You know, copywrite issues and all.
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Are you referring to the auger clutch?

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Yes I have developed a noise in that area sounds like bearing going it goes away when auger engaged but is their when it is not engaged
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There is a bearing, behind the impeller, in the auger housing. Could that be it? (#13)


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Thanks db9938 the noise i have is when the blower is not engaged, when the blower is engaged the noise goes away

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I would think that the noise would be much further back then. After the 6, 8 mm bolts that hold the back of the impeller housing against the aluminum housing, there only one bolt holding the clutch in place.





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OT, but if one of you 622 gents have this opened up, I would love to see a pic or 2 of this BeltLess Beast
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Not much in the shop manual:


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