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I bought a Lausen snow blower new in 1980 and used it until about 2010 when a bearing in the turbine gave up. I tore it apart and ordered the bearing but never put it back together. I need a service manual. Or someone to assemble it.
 

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What is a Lausen snow blower and what is its turbine? ...... have a photo?

In the future, take photos with your phone, or at least write down what you did, and bag and tag the small nuts, bolts clips, etc.....
 

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I think it's a Gilson Lawsen.
 
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I bought a Lausen snow blower new in 1980 and used it until about 2010 when a bearing in the turbine gave up. I tore it apart and ordered the bearing but never put it back together. I need a service manual. Or someone to assemble it.
Ok My memory is as old as the rest of me the blower is a Lambert
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Would the bearing for the "turbine" actually be the bearing for the impeller?
The impeller is the thing that spins and throws the snow out the chute?
Or is it the auger piece, the augers are the things in the bucket that moves the snow into the impeller?
The piece that is under the red rag........is that all together? (that is the augers)
Take better pictures of what you need to be put back together.
Without the red rag. :)
I think you are talking about the impeller bearing?
 

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Yes you are correct it is the impeller bearing. I do have all of the parts.
I have the mew bearings. I need a schematic to make sure I get all of the pulleys on correctly and the shoot
guides and spacers right. This is a really well built piece.
 
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