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A little tip from North Dakota Honda owner. For us who don't have the luxury
of a heated shop/garage to thaw our snow blower, I set mine out on a sunny day
and in less than a hour snow is gone off my machine. Hope it might help you
out.
 

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I have always done what Gort does as well, .... the sun, even in winter will take care of any residual snow that was not brushed off.

I also have a salamander kerosene forced air heater if need be.
 

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A little tip from North Dakota Honda owner. For us who don't have the luxury
of a heated shop/garage to thaw our snow blower, I set mine out on a sunny day
and in less than a hour snow is gone off my machine. Hope it might help you
out.
Excellent tip. Will bear it in mind if I ever move south enough to experience a warming sun during snow season. But for sure it’s useful for others.
 
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