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Powerland PDST24 24-Inch 196cc 6.5 HP OHV Gas Powered Two Stage Self Propelled Snow Thrower With Electric Start (CARB Compliant)


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  • Durable 6.5 HP air cooled OHV Carb certified engine and electric start provides fast starting in emergency's.
  • Self propelled wheels for quick easy snow removal and smooth motion with minimal effort.
  • Gas engine gives you mobility and power anywhere you need it along driveways and distant sidewalks.
  • Works great in all areas and all types of snow
  • Great electric starter makes the unit quick to start on cold mornings
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  • Shipping Weight: 185 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item can only be shipped to the 48 contiguous states. We regret it cannot be shipped to APO/FPO, Hawaii, Alaska, or Puerto Rico.
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  • ASIN: B003BLPJDI
  • Item model number: PDST24
  • Average Customer Review: 2.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (57 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #156,758 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)

Product Description

Powerland powerful gas powered snow blower with a 24 inch clearing width to get the job done fast and a 2 stage throwing mechanism to throw snow 20 feet.

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Customer Reviews

They must have been translated by an non-english speaking translator.
Snowed In
The sole recourse is to take it to an approved service place and Powerland will send them the necessary parts under the warranty.
Donald D. Lamp
12th, the metal connector on the cable for the Auger Control handle snapped and made the Auger useless.
Unhappy in Powerland

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

74 of 79 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on October 22, 2010
If you look at the three dates for the reviews of this item that appear prior to this one you will note that they were made in the late summer or early fall. *Before* the first snowfall.

I bought this machine last year from a warehouse club that has a "no questions asked" return policy. It was terrific and easy to set up and looked great in my garage until the first snowfall.

The first time I took it out it worked great for almost the entire first driveway then the belt slipped off. It took me about 90 minutes to figure out how to get it to go back on. It really takes 2 people to fix. The next time I took it out, it happened again. I was able to fix it faster, but it was the same problem. This is not a fun thing to have to work on when you need to be shoveling snow so you can make it to work on time. The second time it happened I was really careful with repairing it. I made some adjustments and got the belt properly tight. Again the next time it slipped off. I took it back to the store and hired a guy to plow my drive the rest of the winter.

I got a real good look at the machine while I was fixing it and I'm not impressed. There is nothing there that speaks to quality craftsmanship, but an awful lot that says "slapped together with the cheapest parts that fit".

Buyer beware!
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27 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Tom Patterson on November 22, 2010
This snow blower is junk. The cables to engage drive and auger stretched out the first season. No way to adjust them so I had to cut them then install a cable tightener. What a headache. Then about 5 min into using the machine the snow and ice would melt down onto the throttle linkages freezing the governor wide open. If you continue to run machine it will blow the motor because it runs wide open with no governor. I shut off the machine then went in to get a hair dryer to thaw out throttle linkages/springs. This machine does not have a cover over the linkages like other brands of snow blowers. I used tin foil to cover the linkages. Primer button cracked into little pieces thus making cold start-ups impossible until I ordered a new one and replaced it. All this and less than 20 hrs of use. Bottom line don't buy. I will sell you this one for 200.00 it runs great! ha ha Only been used one season.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By thattherepaul on December 9, 2010
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When it comes to buying snowblowers online, the "one click and you're done" concept definitely doesn't apply. What a mess: the freight company that handled the free super-saver shipping required me to take time off work to be home during business hours, the box arrived scraped, the instructions were idiotically in the bottom of the box underneath the 185-pound snowblower, following the very poorly presented instructions to put the handle in place draws the cables controlling the machine hopelessly taut, setting the stage for disaster. Because the cable controlling the gear shift was so taut, the machine initially started up in like 6th gear and pulled me across the sidewalk at approximately 50 miles per hour until I pulled out the key, not an optimal way to remove snow.

The instructions state they are for this same exact model (the PDST24), but they're not. The chute assembly (the thing that spews out the snow) has, according to the instructions, "flange keepers and a hairpin clip," but it doesn't. The wrench they sent doesn't fit all the bolts, you need your own wrenches. The instructions do not clearly identify or explain how to set the choke control, the throttle control, the fuel valve lever, the engine switch (which you set to the left if you want the engine to start), or the key.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By RettaKo on December 31, 2010
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Only used 3 times, The Augers do not turn, the Belt is coming through the casing & as a result is unable to start. The Arm to turn the snow blower chute was welded on and it separated & is now unable to move snow chute. I took it to a local snow blower shop and they said that they had never heard of the brand other than another machine that had been brought into the shop in a similar condition, also purchased from Amazon.

Powerland PDST24 24-Inch 196cc 6.5 HP OHV Gas Powered Two Stage Self Propelled Snow Thrower With Electric Start (CARB Compliant)Powerland PDST24 24-Inch 196cc 6.5 HP OHV Gas Powered Two Stage Self Propelled Snow Thrower With Electric Start (CARB Compliant)
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16 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Mochiba on December 29, 2010
I ordered this snow blower from BJ's a few weeks before Christmas and before a lot of the bad reviews on here were written. All I can say is I've had no issues at all yet. After placing the order I received a call from customer service saying my machine was being sent and to inspect the package when delivered and if there was any damage to decline delivery and they'd send out a new one. About a week later the shipping company called and scheduled a delivery time. They were on time and the box was fine.

I can see how someone not mechanically inclined might be a little confused when opening the box. You have to lift the entire handle assembly and screw it into place -be careful the cables can get caught around the two screws on either side but its pretty obvious. To mount the lever that operates the shoot you have to take off and then put on a o-ring. Just use a pair of needle nose pliers and put each end in the holes on the o-ring and your set-no need to be Macgyver. For the oil fill up be aware there are two screw off openings on each side-just pick one and slowly with a funnel start adding a little oil at a time..check the level..add a little and do this until it's just about touching the top and your done. Again not brain surgery. Ok now for the hard part starting her up. I use the electric start so plug the cord into the machine and then an outlet. Fill her with gas- I used 87, put the gas lever all the way to the right so that it's completely open. Move the choke about a third of the way to the right. Move the red lever all the way to the left where the rabbit running is. Make sure the key is in the ignition (I have never removed it) , pump the red button three to four times and then just press the starter button....she has started 20 times on me on the first push.
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