In some areas of the world, snowblowers – like Charlie Sheen’s liver – have been working some heavy-duty overtime this winter. Perhaps so much so, that – like Charlie Sheen’s mind – these machines aren’t running like they used to. Maybe there’s a screw loose, something’s not quite clicking, or your snowblower now believes it is a bitchin rockstar warlock from Mars with fire-breathing fists. Rather than give up on it, may we suggest that you fix it with your own two hands (we’re talking purely about the snowblower now. Poor Charlie likely needs something of the professional variety for his issues)? Not sure how to do this? Here’s a site that will show you how!
North Americans are filling up their dumps in alarming rates while racking up credit card debt just as quickly to replace what they’re throwing out. That’s one of the reasons why we’re pleased to talk about HomeFixated advertiser eReplacementParts. The site not only sells replacement pieces for household appliances and tools, but it also hosts a bevy of how-tos and instructional videos.
Going back to our hard working snowblower, this article from eReplacementParts shows what goes into a tune-up and the two most common issues with the machine – its spark plug and its fuel filter (there are also additional articles on replacing the paddles and scrapers of your snowblower). Here’s a video:
If your snowblower isn’t your issue, consider cruising the website for tips on maintaining your appliances to extend their longevity. There’s actually quite a bit of information dedicated to kitchen appliances and tools like KitchenAid Mixers and Bosch Miter Saws. After all, a stitch in time saves nine – or to put it into modern context: nipping a problem in the bud straight away saves all of Charlie Sheen’s organs from having to be replaced. Winning!