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PDF Content Summary: DO NOT RETURN THIS SNOW BLOWER TO THE STORE! When you call the help‐line you will need to have the following informa on:

Date of Purchase: _______________________ Loca on of Purchase: _______________________ Serial # ‐ Snow Blower: _______________________ *Serial number is located on the engine block below the starter. Snow blower and engine life are extended greatly by performing frequent lubrica ons, oil changes and regular maintenance. To protect your investment perform rou ne maintenance.

Snow Blower by Owner’s Manual This manual contains important safety instruc ons for the gasoline engine powered snow blower models: 30SB, 36SB, 45SB READ SAFETY WARNINGS AND OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY. SAVE THIS MANUAL. Need Help? Parts, Service, and Technical Assistance call: (919)‐550‐3221 Monday‐Friday 8:00AM‐5PM EST

Snow BEAST 30SB, 36SB, 45SB

Copyright© 2012 by GXi Outdoor Power, LLC. All rights reserved. No part of this publica on can be reproduced or distributed without prior writen permission of GXi Outdoor Power, LLC Clayton, NC 27520 USA. DEK is a registered trademark of GXi Outdoor Power, LLC GXi Outdoor Power, LLC reserves the right to discon nue or change specifica ons or design at any me without no ce and without incurring any obliga on whatsoever. The informa on and specifica ons included in this publica on were in effect at the me of approval for prin ng.

Rev Nov2014 This manual contains important safety instruc ons for Snow Blowers READ SAFETY WARNINGS AND OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS. 2

This owner’s manual is considered a permanent part of the snow blower and should remain with the snow blower if resold.

Snow BEAST 30SB, 36SB, 45SB Rev Nov2014 BEAST SERIES Check out our other great products at beastpowerequipment.com 3 Turf Beast 36” & 54” Walk Behind Finish Mower Z-Beast 54” & 62” Zero-Turn Riding Mower Snow Beast Brush Beast 36” & 45” Snow Blower 36” Brush Mower Brush Master Chipper/Shredder with 2-Way Feed The Beast 100” Tow Behind Mower Snow BEAST Contents Safety Informa on and Warnings ............................................................. 1 Prepara on Safety Precau ons ................................................................ 2 Opera on Safety Precau ons.................................................................... 3 Safety Decals ........................................................................................... 5 Product Specifica ons .............................................................................. 6 Control Panel and Snow Blower Components .......................................... 7 Missing Parts Request Form ...................................................................... 8 Assembly Instruc ons .............................................................................. 9 Opera ng Instruc ons Star ng the Engine .......................................................................... 14 Opera ng Instruc ons ...................................................................... 15 Avoiding Impeller Freeze-Up ............................................................. 19 General Maintenance ....................................................................... 20 Maintenance Schedule ..................................................................... 21 Service Adjustments Adjus ng Augers/Impeller Cable ....................................................... 22 Adjust/Check Drive Cable ................................................................. 22 Adjus ng Shift Rods .......................................................................... 22 Ver cal Service Posi on.................................................................... 23 Inspec on and Replacement of Transmission Belt ............................ 24 Inspec on and Replacement of Impeller Belt .................................... 25 Adjus ng Discharge Chute Deflector ................................................. 26 Changing Fric on Wheel ................................................................... 26 Replacing Headlight Bulb .................................................................. 26 Transmission System Adjustments .................................................... 27 Storage Instruc ons ................................................................................ 28 Troubleshoo ng...................................................................................... 29 Replacement Parts .................................................................................. 31 Limited Warranty and Service ................................................................ 36 30SB, 36SB, 45SB

About the BEAST Snow Blower Manual Congratula ons on the purchase of your new BEAST commercial snow blower. We at GXi Outdoor Power are confident that this snow blower will provide excellent performance, outstanding quality, and great durability when operated and maintained as directed in this manual. 1. This manual contains assembly, opera ng, safety, adjustment, maintenance, and troubleshoo ng instruc ons. BEFORE OPERATING YOUR SNOW BLOWER, CAREFULLY READ THIS MANUAL IN ITS ENTIRITY. 2. This owner’s manual is considered a permanent part of the snow blower. It must be available to all operators and/or person(s) servicing the snow blower. Should the snow blower be resold, this manual must remain with the snow blower. 3. All informa on, illustra ons, and specifica ons contained in this manual were in effect at the me of the publica on. GXi Outdoor Power reserves the right to add, delete or modify specifica ons and/or designs without no ce. 4. If you ever have ques ons in regards to the opera on, maintenance or safety of your snow blower, please contact GXi Parts & Service, LLC at 1-919-550-3221.

Rev Nov2014 4 Snow BEAST Safety Informa on Safety Informa on and Warnings 30SB, 36SB, 45SB 30SB, 36SB, 45SB Training Emission Control System Informa on The U.S. and California Clean Air Acts EPA and California regula ons require all manufacturers to furnish writen instruc ons describing the opera on and maintenance of emission control systems. The following instruc ons and procedures must be followed in order to keep the emissions from your engine within the emission standards. Maintenance, replacement, or repair of the emission control devices and systems may be performed by any engine repair establishment or individual, using parts that are ‘‘cer fied’’ to EPA standards. Safety Label Loca ons Safety labels are located on your snow blower to warn you of poten al hazards. Read them carefully. If a label comes off or becomes hard to read, contact GXi Parts and Service, LLC for a replacement. Operator Responsibility It is the owner’s responsibility that all operators and mechanics must be trained and read this manual before opera ng the snow blower as well as being physically able individuals. They should be instructed about safe opera ng and mechanical procedures. If they can not read or understand English, it is the owner’s responsibility to explain all safety opera ng instruc ons. The owner or operator is responsible for accidents or injuries occurring to themselves, other people or property. Poten al misfortunate incidents can be prevented by the owner/user. Snow Blower Inspec on For your safety, inspect the snow blower before each use. Before you begin your inspec on, be sure the following condi ons are met: the snow blower should be on a level surface, with the igni on switch off, the key removed, and the augers disengaged. Also, disconnect the spark plug wires from the spark plugs and ground them against the engine to prevent inadvertent star ng. Rev Nov2014 1. Read, understand, and follow all instruc ons on the machine and manual(s) before atemp ng to assemble and operate. 2. Operator must be familiar with all controls, their opera ons, and how to stop the engine and disengage the controls quickly. 3. Never allow children to operate this machine. 4. Never allow adults to operate this machine without proper instruc on. 5. Exercise cau on to avoid slipping or falling, especially when opera ng the machine in reverse. 6. Keep area of opera on clear at all mes. WARNING! Do not use your BEAST snow blower to carry passengers. Keep bystanders, helpers, pets and children at a safe distance from the machine while it is in opera on. Inspect the area where the equipment is to be used and remove all objects such as rocks, toys, and wires which can be thrown by the machine causing serious injury or death. Wear appropriate clothing including hard hat, safety glasses and hearing protec on. Long hair, loose clothing or jewelry may get tangled in moving parts. 1 WARNING WARNING Snow BEAST Prepara on Safety Precau ons 30SB, 36SB, 45SB Prepara on—Safety Precau ons 1. Inspect the area where the equipment is to be used and remove all objects such as rocks, mats, and wire which can be thrown by the machine causing serious injury or death. 2. Disengage all clutches and shift to neutral before star ng the engine. 3. Disengage all control levers before star ng the engine. 4. Use extension cords and receptacles as specified by the manufacturer for all units with electric drive motors or electric star ng motors. 5. Use a grounded three-wire extension cord when using the electric start op on. 6. People, pets, and most importantly children must not be near the area being cleared. Do not operate the snow blower in their presence. 7. Never operate snow blower with damaged guards, shields or covers. 8. All users of the snow blower must be alert and pay aten on to safety alerts, symbols, and Rev Nov2014 safety signs. 9. Be sure to inspect snow blower before each use. 10. Check the controls and shields to make sure that they are func oning properly before opera ng. Do not operate if any are damaged or missing. 11. Never atempt to make any adjustments to the snow blower while it is running. 12. Adjust the collector housing height to clear gravel or crushed rock surfaces. 13. Wear appropriate clothing including hard hat, safety glasses and hearing protec on. Long hair, loose clothing or jewelry may get tangled in moving parts. 14. Do not operate without wearing adequate winter clothing. Wear footwear that will improve foo ng on slippery surfaces. 15. Allow snow blower to adjust to outdoor temperature before star ng the engine. Gasoline and other fuels—Safety Precau ons 9. Never refuel or drain the machine indoors. Use extra care when handling gasoline and other fuels as they are flammable and vapors can explode. 1. Only use gasoline approved containers for storage and keep out of reach from children. 2. Do not fill fuel tank completely full. Overfilling may result in fuel leakage. Leave a reasonable amount of space for fuel to expand. 3. If fuel is spilled, do not start the engine. Move the snow blower away from the area, wipe up the spill thoroughly and wait un l fuel vapors have 10. Keep face away from nozzle and gas tank opening. 11. Keep gas and other fuels away from skin and eyes. If fuel is spilled on clothing, change clothing immediately. 12. Never use the mouth to siphon gas. 13. Never refuel the snow blower un l all moving parts on the snow blower have stopped. 14. Never smoke when handling fuels and stay away from an open flame where fumes can be ignited evaporated before star ng engine. 4. Keep the nozzle in contact with the rim on the fuel tank or container opening at all mes, un l refueling is complete. Do not use nozzle lock-open device. 5. Do not fill gasoline containers or equipment inside a vehicle or on a truck/trailer bed. 6. Always place gasoline containers on the ground away from your vehicles prior to filling. 7. Never remove gas cap or add fuel when engine is running or the engine is hot. 8. Avoid prolonged breathing of gasoline vapors. DANGER: GASOLINE IS HIGHLY FLAMMABLE AND EXPLOSIVE. Do not add fuel while the engine is running or is hot. Keep open flames, sparks, and heat away from the fuel and store fuel in containers specifically designed for that purpose. ADD FUEL OUTDOORS ONLY. IF THE FUEL IS SPILLED, DO NOT START THE ENGINE. Manually push the snow blower away from the spill and wipe up immediately. 2 DANGER Snow BEAST Opera on Safety Precau ons 30SB, 36SB, 45SB Equipment Opera on—Safety Precau ons 1. Do not operate the engine in a confined space where dangerous carbon monoxide fumes can collect. Carbon monoxide is odorless, tasteless, and can be fatal. 2. Never operate the snow blower without good visibility or light. 3. Exercise extreme cau on when opera ng on or crossing gravel drives, walks, or roads. Stay alert for hidden hazards or traffic. 4. Never operate the snow blower with defec ve guards or shields, or without the safety devices securely mounted in place and func oning properly. 5. Be aware of discharge and never direct discharge of material toward people or areas where property damage can occur. Keep children and others away. 6. Do not change the governor se ngs or over speed the engine. 7. Do not overload the machine capacity by atemp ng to clear snow at too fast a rate. 8. Always stop the engine when you leave the snow blower, even for a moment. 9. To help reduce fire hazard, keep the engine and the area around the engine free of grass, leaves or any other type of foreign material. 10. Beware of any sharp edges. For safety always wear gloves when performing augers/impeller maintenance ac vi es 11. If lightning is seen or thunder is heard in the operators vicinity, do not operate machine. Instead find shelter, as lightning may cause injury/death. 12. After striking a foreign object, stop the engine, remove the wire from the spark plug, thoroughly inspect the snow blower for any damage, and repair the damage before restar ng and opera ng the snow blower. 13. If machine starts to vibrate or func on abnormally, stop the engine immediately and check for cause. Vibra on is generally a warning of trouble. Rev Nov2014 14. Keep hands and feet away from augers/ impeller . This product is capable of amputa ng hands and feet. 15. Be alert and slow down when making turns. Also look left, right, and behind before changing direc ons and reversing to be sure there is a clear path. 16. Never operate snow blower at high transport speeds on slippery surfaces. 17. Never operate snow blower under the influence of alcohol and drugs. 18. Use care when loading or unloading the machine into a trailer or truck. 19. Use care when approaching blind corners, shrubs, trees, or other objects that may obstruct vision. 20. Always disengage power to augers when not in use or transported. 21. Never listen to music with headphones/ earphones while opera ng the snow blower. 22. Use extreme cau on when opera ng on slopes. 23. Never touch a hot engine or muffler. 24. Use cau on when opera ng on gravel surfaces. 25. Only use atachments and accessories that are approved by BEAST. 26. When star ng the engine pull the cord slowly un l some resistance is felt before using full force. 27. Always have a good grip on the handles and never run while opera ng the snow blower. 28. Stop the engine whenever you leave the opera ng posi on, before unclogging the augers/impeller or discharge chute, and when making any repairs, adjustments or inspec ons. 29. When cleaning, repairing or inspec ng the snow blower, stop the engine and make certain the augers/impeller and all moving parts have stopped. Disconnect the spark plug wire and keep the wire away from the plug to 3

Snow BEAST Opera on Safety Precau ons Before a emp ng to use your snow blower, make sure you are familiar with all of the components and have read the manual. 30SB, 36SB, 45SB Clearing A Clogged Chute—Safety Precau ons Do NOT over‐prime the engine. Pressing the primer bulb more than 3x could result in flooding 1. SHUT THE ENGINE OFF! the carburetor making the engine hard to start or cause fuel to leak from the carburetor inlet. 2. Wait at least 10 seconds to be sure the augers have stopped rota ng. 3. Remove and ground the spark plug when clearing the blockage. GASOLINE IS HIGHLY FLAMMABLE AND EXPLOSIVE. FUEL LEAKS, A LOOSE FUEL TANK, 4. Always use a cleanout tool and never your OR A LOOSE FUEL VALVE CAN LEAD TO hands. SEVERE INJURY OR DEATH. DO NOT OPERATE THIS SNOW BLOWER IF ANY COMPONENT OF THE FUEL SYSTEM IS LOOSE OR LEAKS GASOLINE! IMPORTANT! The snow blower belts are adjusted to ensure the augers/impeller stop turning within five (5) seconds of releasing the impeller control lever. If you are making any belt adjustments whatsoever, for your safety and the safety of others around you, you must ensure the belts are re‐adjusted to achieve this design specifica on. Check engine oil level before each use. Maintain oil level between run marks on the dips ck, and change oil according to the maintenance schedule to maximize product life. Rev Nov2014 Before se ng up your BEAST snow blower, disconnect the spark plug wires from the spark plugs and ground them against the engine to prevent inadvertent star ng. This step should be taken as a precau on whenever you are working on this machine. DANGER: Do not bypass, modify, alter or disconnect the safety system. Make sure that the safety interlock system is fully opera onal each me before opera ng the machine. Need Help? Parts, Service and Technical Assistance call: (919)‐550‐3221 Monday‐Friday 8AM‐5PM EST beastpowerequipment.com 4 Snow BEAST Safety Decals 30SB, 36SB, 45SB Safety Decal Iden fica on

The labels shown below are located on your snow blower to warn you of poten al hazards and provide you with important safety informa on. If these decals become difficult to read or are missing from the snow blower, please contact GXi Parts & Service, LLC at (919)-550-3221 or beastpowerequipment.com for a replacement.

Rev Nov2014 5 Snow BEAST Product Specifica ons 30SB, 36SB, 45SB * Product Specifica ons may change without no ce. Rev Nov2014 6

Snow BEAST Control Panel and Snow Blower Components Discharge Chute Drift Cuters Collectors/Impeller Adjustable Skid Shoes Muffler—HOT! 30SB, 36SB, 45SB Throughout this manual, instruc ons are given on the opera on of your STANELY snow blower. We recommend that while going through this manual, you have your snow blower available for quick and easy access in order to orient yourself with the controls, maintenance and orienta on of different parts. Please read through the manual before opera ng. Control Panel Below is a diagram of the control panel. Please take the me to familiarize yourself with the snow blower controls. Snow Blower Component Iden fica on (Some components may appear different than shown, depending on the model.) Control Panel Discharge Deflector Handle Bar Cleanout Tool Headlight Serial # Stamped on En- Belt Cover Primer Do NOT Over-Prime Rev Nov2014 Safety Key Choke 7

Snow BEAST Missing Parts Request Form Name Phone Email 30SB, 36SB, 45SB Please indicate the part that you are Hardware bag Other Date of purchase Model #: Serial #: Rev Nov2014 Address Comments: IMPORTANT: Please include your receipt. Without a receipt, your order will be delayed. You may also email us at: customerservice@gxioutdoorpower.com Fax: (919)‐550‐3277 If emailing, please scan in your proof of purchase. Please refer to pages 31‐35 for a detailed parts lis ng and descrip on. This will expedite the process of ge ng parts iden fied correctly for shipment. 8 Snow BEAST Assembly Instruc ons Step 1: Control Panel Handles 30SB, 36SB, 45SB 30SB, 36SB, 45SB

1. Align the two holes on each side of the control panel handles over the lower handle frame. 2. Insert the bolts through the handlebar holes and frame holes. Secure in place with hardware provided. Insert bolts from the inside. Step 3: Chute Rota on Cable Atach the cable coming from the middle of the control panel by screwing the cable end onto the crank sec on. See next page for specific instruc ons regarding this assembly. Step 2: Direc onal Discharge Chute 1. Fit the black plas c round spacer onto impeller housing before installing chute. Apply light coat of grease onto spacer. 2. Install the bolts for the retainer brackets with the plas c spacer between the chute and the steel retaining tabs. DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN. If the bracket is too ght the chute will not move properly. Ensure there is enough space between the impeller housing and the bracket on all sides so that the chute rotates smoothly.

Rev Nov2014 9 Need Help With Assembly? 1‐919‐550‐3221 Need Help With Assembly? 1‐919‐550‐3221

Snow BEAST Step Assembly Instruc ons 30SB, 36SB, 45SB 3: Chute Rota on Cable (con nued) Rev Nov2014 Need Help With Assembly? (919)‐550‐3221 1. Locate the connec on: The chute rota on cable connec on is located at the base of the discharge chute between the engine and the discharge chute. 2. Slide the threaded end of the connector down the cable in order to easily see the end of the cable connec on. The center sec on should be about 3/4” to 1” beyond the end of the cable. NOTE: There is nothing wrong if the end of the cen- ter sec on of the cable protrudes more than about 3/4” to 1” beyond the end of the cable. The center sec on can be easily pushed back into the cable. 3. Align the center sec on with the cable chute rotator. The end of the center sec on is square and requires proper alignment in order to correctly connect to the machine. 4. Press the cable toward the chute rotator screw. The end of the cable should touch the end of the chute rotator. If the surfaces do not contact, con nue to apply pressure and slowly rotate the discharge chute direc on handle on the control panel so the center of the cable aligns itself on both ends. 5. Slide the threaded end from Step 2 toward the chute rotator, and thread the end onto the chute rotator. IMPORTANT: Finger ghten firmly. Inspect before each use to make certain the connec on doesn’t loosen during opera on of the machine. 10

Snow BEAST Step 4: Chute Direc on Control Cable Support With the rubber lined strap removed, put the chute direc on control cable and the chute deflector cable into the opening, and press the strap together aligning the hole for the bolt. Secure strap to side of the engine. NOTE: Rotate discharge chute and ensure there is no binding of any cables and there is enough slack in the deflector cable for full rota on. 30SB, 36SB, 45SB Step 5: Drift Cu ers (if desired) 1. The drift cuters are atached to the main hous- ing in the stored posi on. 2. Remove the two bolts on each drift cuter. 3. Reatach the drift cuters in the opera ng posi- on. 4. Replace bolts and secure ghtly. Step 6: Skid Shoes 1. Skid shoes are stored in the hardware bag for shipping. 2. Remove from hardware bag, and install skid shoes using the provided fasteners 3. Insert the fasteners so the flat head of the carriage bolt is toward the inside of the main housing. CAUTION: Check the skids to ensure that the auger does not contact the paved or gravel surface. Adjust skids as necessary to make up for wear on the snow blower. Posi on skid shoes so that the scraper blade is elevated at least 1/4” from the ground. This allows easier maneuvering and prevents drag on the snow blower when encountering unseen imperfec ons on the surface to be cleaned. 1. Check the re pressure to ensure the res are properly inflated. 2. Move skid shoes up and down to the desired posi on based on the surface texture. • If the surface is rougher adjust the skid shoes lower which increases the auger ground clearance. • If the surfaces is smoother adjust the skid shoes higher (decrease ground clearance). Firmly ghten the nuts that Rev Nov2014 secure both skids to the auger sides. 11 Need Help With Assembly? (919)‐550‐3221 Snow BEAST Assembly Instruc ons 30SB, 36SB, 45SB 30SB, 36SB, 45SB

Step 7: Auger and Transmission Control Cables Control cables are preset at the factory, but may require addi onal adjustment for op mal opera on. Control cables require periodic inspec on and maintenance to maintain op mal performance. 1. Locate the black cable on the right side (standing from the operator posi on) of the snow blower. Ensure the cable is properly seated in the plas c guide pulley at the rear of the chassis. 2. Atach the cable to the threaded end under the drive control handle. The cable adjustment tube with Z rod may need to be atached to the botom of the handle. 3. Screw clockwise to secure un l all threads are engaged in the adjustment tube. Tighten lock nuts when correct tension is achieved. 4. The drive and impeller cables will be at correct tension when the cables are properly atached to the handles and the cable has a 1 inch deflec on to either side when pushed with a finger as shown. Repeat the same process for the Auger/Impeller engagement cable on the left side of the snow blower.

Rev Nov2014 Transmission Control Cable Auger/Impeller Control Cable 12 Correct amount of deflec on shown Need Help With Assembly? (919)‐550‐3221 Need Help With Assembly? (919)‐550‐3221

Snow BEAST High Mark Assembly Instruc ons 30SB, 36SB, 45SB Step 9: Headlight 1. Connect snow blower headlight wire plug to the headlight bulb. 2. Connect the headlight bezel to the control panel. A. Tilt headlight assembly and align tabs on the top of the headlight bezel with the notches in the control panel. Insert the notches into the panel. B. Tilt headlight assembly down while gently squeezing the headlight bezel and push Step 10: Filling Oil and Gasoline 1. Fill the engine with SAE 5W-30 engine oil. Fill the engine with 1.2 to 1.5 quarts of oil. Fill up to the full level mark on the dip s ck. Do not overfill. When checking oil, remove dips ck, wipe completely clean, insert dips ck into dips ck tube on the engine (do NOT screw dips ck down), remove dips ck and observe oil level (detail below). Keep oil level at the high run mark for longest engine life. 2. Check that the fuel inlet screen is clean and fill the tank to the proper level leaving adequate space for fuel to DANGER: GASOLINE IS HIGHLY FLAMMABLE AND EXPLOSIVE. Do not add fuel while the engine is running or is hot. Keep open flames, sparks, and heat away from the fuel and store fuel in containers specifically designed for that purpose. ADD FUEL OUTDOORS ONLY. IF THE FUEL IS SPILLED, DO NOT START THE ENGINE. Manually push the snow blower away from the spill and wipe up immediately. Rev Nov2014 Need Help With Assembly? (919)‐550‐3221 Check engine oil level before each use. Maintain oil level between run marks on the dips ck, and change oil according to the maintenance schedule to maximize product life. GASOLINE IS HIGHLY FLAMMABLE AND EXPLOSIVE. FUEL LEAKS, A LOOSE FUEL TANK, OR A LOOSE FUEL VALVE CAN LEAD TO SEVERE INJURY OR DEATH. DO NOT OPERATE THIS SNOW BLOWER IF ANY COMPONENT OF THE FUEL SYSTEM IS LOOSE OR LEAKS GASOLINE! DANGER Low Mark 13

Snow BEAST Star ng the Engine DANGER: Exhaust contains poisonous carbon monoxide, a colorless and odorless gas. Breathing exhaust can cause loss of consciousness and may lead to death. Do not operate the engine in a confined space where dangerous carbon monoxide fumes can collect. Star ng the Engine Using the Recoil Start NOTE: Be sure to add fresh unleaded gasoline and leave a gap for expansion and fill the engine with SAE5-W30 motor oil (1.2—1.5 quarts) before star ng your snow blower. Check engine oil before each use. 1. Make sure the safety key is fully inserted in order for the engine to start. Remove the key when the snow blower is not in use. 2. Firmly push the primer to force the fuel directly into the engine’s carburetor. Push two to three mes depending on the temperature. Note: Do not press the primer bulb more than 5 mes. Fuel may leak from the carburetor with over priming. 3. Make sure the choke is set in the CHOKE 1 posi on (choke more in colder temperatures). 4. Pull the recoil to start the engine. 5. After the engine is started, slowly turn the choke up one level at a me as the engine warms up un l it is at the maximum level or “RUN LEVEL.” 30SB, 36SB, 45SB Before atemp ng to use your snow blower, make sure you are familiar with all of the components and have read the manual. Thoroughly inspect the area where you plan to use the snow blower. Look for items such as stones, s cks , wire, and other foreign objects. If struck by the snow blower, these and other objects may become projec les that could lead to serious injury or death. Clear area of all debris. Keep people and pets at a safe distance. Rev Nov2014 DANGER Star ng the Engine using the Electric Start 1. Use a safe, non damaged power cord to plug into the electric start outlet. WARNING 2. Make sure the safety key is fully inserted in order for the engine to start. Remove the key when the snow blower is not in use. 3. Firmly push the primer to force the fuel directly into the engine’s carburetor. Push two to three mes depending on the temperature. Note: Do not press the primer bulb more than 5 mes. Fuel may leak from the carburetor with over priming. 4. Make sure the choke is set in the CHOKE posi on (choke more in colder temperatures). 5. Press the electric start buton. Note: Do not engage starter more than 10 seconds each me. 6. After the engine is started, slowly turn the choke up one level at a me as the engine warms up un l it is at the maximum level or “RUN LEVEL.” 7. Unplug the extension cord before opera ng the 14 WARNING WARNING! The electric starter is designed to operate on 120 volt AC household current. Use only a UL-listed, 16 gauge extension cord for outdoor use that is no longer than 50 feet (15 meters). To prevent damaging the electric starter wait 20 seconds between every electric start atempt and never use electric start in the rain. Primer Do NOT Over-Prime Do NOT over‐prime the engine. Pressing the primer bulb more than 3x could result in flooding the carburetor making the engine hard to start or cause fuel to leak from the carburetor inlet. Safety Key Choke Snow BEAST Opera ng Instruc ons 30SB, 36SB, 45SB Transmission Control Your snow blower is equipped with an easily adjustable transmission control, which can be adjusted for forward and reverse speed. There are six forward and two reverse speeds. To change the speed, pull the handle out to the right and move the handle to the desired speed. DO NOT shift speeds while the transmission is engaged. Come to a complete stop and disengage the transmis- sion handle before changing speed or switching from forward to reverse. To Stop Engine To stop the engine, pull the safety key up un l the engine and augers/impeller stops running. For safety, it is recommended that you remove the key when not using the snow blower. Engage Transmission Drive To engage the transmission drive squeeze the right lever to the hand grip. To disengage, let go of the right lever. Engage Augers/Impeller Control To engage the augers/impeller drive, squeeze the left lever to the handgrip. To disengage release the left lever.

IMPORTANT! The snow blower belts are adjusted to ensure the augers stop turning within five (5) seconds of releasing the impeller control lever. If you are making any belt adjustments whatsoever, for your safety and the safety of others around you, you must ensure the belts are re‐adjusted to achieve this design specifica on.

Rev Nov2014 WARNING WARNING! Do not operate the snow blow- er with defec ve guards, shields, or without the safety devices securely in place. WARNING 15 Snow BEAST Opera ng Instruc ons 30SB, 36SB, 45SB Engage Transmission Drive To engage the transmission drive squeeze the right lever to the hand grip. To disengage, release the right lever. Control Interlock Feature—One Hand Free Opera on Engage Impeller/ Collector Control To engage the impeller/collector drive, squeeze the left lever to the handgrip. To disengage release the left lever.

The snow blower is equipped with a control interlock feature to allow the operator one hand free to change the direc on of the discharge or adjust the discharge deflector without stopping the forward progress of the machine. The interlock feature allows the operator’s left hand to be free during use after both handles are fully engaged into the opera ng posi on. The fee hand can then rotate the discharge chute or adjust the discharge deflector angle. In order to stop the impeller / collector assembly and the transmission system, BOTH handles must be released. The impeller control handle can be fully engaged, and the transmission lever can be engaged and disengaged without releasing the impeller control handle (free to engage or disengage at any me). This allows the impeller / collector assembly to con nue to discharge snow while stopping to change speeds or allow the snow blower to clear the impeller and collector housing of snow and ice when encountering heavy snowfalls. The operator of the snow blower should become familiar with this feature in a clear open area away from vehicles, homes, and away from public streets or areas with traffic. Make certain that the operator is accustomed to all controls and the interlock feature before blowing snow. If there are any ques ons regarding the control interlock feature of this snow blower please call: GXi Customer Service at (919)‐550‐3221

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Snow BEAST Opera ng Instruc ons Chute Direc on Control To rotate the chute to the right rotate the chute con- trol clockwise. To rotate the chute to the left rotate the chute control counter-clockwise. 30SB, 36SB, 45SB Rev Nov2014 Headlights To turn on the lights, flip the switch up. To turn off the lights, flip the switch down. * Some models are equipped with an always on head- light that is always on when the engine is running. Chute Discharge Angle Never use your hands to clean a clogged There are five different angles the discharge chute can be arranged to discharge. chute or opening! Clean Out Tool To change the discharge angle, pull the handle out to Release both wheel and the left and move to the slot up to discharge snow at a impeller drives. Stop the engine by removing the safe- higher angle and down to discharge snow at a lower ty key. Wait for all moving parts to stop. angle. Use clean out tool as needed. 17 DANGER DANGER! Make certain the engine comes to a complete stop before pu ng you hands near the augers/impeller . WARNING

Snow BEAST Opera ng Instruc ons Using your BEAST Snow Blower The following ps will help ensure proper and long las ng use of your BEAST snow blower. ALWAYS wear proper Figure 1 • Before use, always ensure there is nothing lodged in the collector, or impeller area. Inspect the auger and impel- ler for damage from rocks or other debris, and ensure there is no string, twine, etc stuck on the auger or im- peller shafts. Visually inspect for loose hardware or any • Inspect the area you will be opera ng the snow blower. Avoid areas with rocks, large branches and limbs, or other debris that may damage the snow-blower. If oper- a ng the snow blower on a non-paved surface, lower the skid shoes to increase ground clearance, and pre- Figure 2 • To prolong the life of the fric on wheel system, do not par ally engage the drive system, or con nually engage and dis-engage the drive system if the engine begins to slow under heavy loads. When opera ng the snow-blower in dense wet snow, or deep snowfalls, select a slower for- Figure 3 • The snow blower uses a solid axle which means the wheels on either side of the snow blower turn together. When turning the snow-blower, do NOT stop the collec- tor/impeller assembly. Keep the transmission engaged and pull on the handlebars to shift weight to the outside re while pushing the snow blower through the turn. This will assist in turning the snow blower, and is espe- cially important for the 45SB which uses double res on each side. ⇒ Example: If turning left, shift the weight of the snow blower to the right. More weight on the right wheel helps the right side push the snow blower in the direc on you wish to turn. ⇒ The wheels slip beter when spinning than when sta onary. Keeping the transmission engaged aids in turning the snow blower. Figure 4 • Set the desired dis-charge direc on and angle before engaging the auger/impeller. Always be aware of your surroundings and the direc on the discharge chute and deflector are throwing snow to avoid injury to by stand- 30SB, 36SB, 45SB Rev Nov2014 18 Figure 4 Discharge Angle Chute Direc on Impeller Figure 2 Speed Control Figure 3 Shear‐Pins Auger Figure 1

Snow BEAST Avoiding Impeller Freeze‐Up Impeller freeze-up occurs when snow and ice remain in the impeller housing after the job is finished. The remaining snow and ice melts par ally and only temporarily due to residual heat in the snow blower. The remaining mixture re-freezes and essen ally “welds” the impeller to the impeller housing and prevents rota on of the impeller. Snow blowers are especially suscep ble to freeze-up immediately after use when the machine is stored outside or in an un-heated garage where the temperature is below freezing. 30SB, 36SB, 45SB Residual snow in the discharge chute and impeller housing melts in the heat of the engine and fric on from other rota ng components. The mel ng residual drips and flows to the botom of the impeller housing which is the furthest point from a heat source. During very cold condi ons, the residual cannot escape through the drain hole before it freezes in the impeller housing and seizes the impeller. The remaining snow and ice pools in the botom after the drain hole, and con nues to build up ice around the components. The drain hole is located at the lowest point on the back of the impeller If the impeller is frozen up when the impeller / collector handle is engaged, the belts will bog down the engine and the belts will begin to burn on the engine pulley since they cannot move, or a shear pin could fail. To avoid this, we recommend manually spinning the impeller before star ng the snow blower to ensure it moves freely. If already frozen, a hairdryer will usually clear the ice quickly. To avoid impeller freeze-up when storing in cold condi ons, we recommend: • Run the auger/impeller for a few minutes after snow blower use to clear any residual snow. • After shu ng off the snow blower, dust off any remaining snow. • Manually spin the impeller so that none of the blades point straight down. • Place a heat-source (an incandescent light bulb works well) in the housing (see photo right). • Tarp the snow blower to retain the heat and to keep addi onal snow off the machine. Use cau on when covering a hot snow blower. The muffler can melt covers or catch fire. Never cover a snow blower immediately after Rev Nov2014 shutdown. 19 Snow BEAST General Maintenance The Importance of Maintenance Regular maintenance is essen al to ensure your snow blower con nues to deliver safe and high-quality performance. 30SB, 36SB, 45SB CAUTION To help you properly care for your snow blower, the following pages include a recommended maintenance schedule, rou ne inspec on procedures, and simple maintenance procedures using basic hand tools. Maintenance is the responsibility of the owner and must be performed regularly. More difficult service tasks or tasks that require special tools are best handled by a recommended service technician or other qualified mechanic. The maintenance schedule described on page 21 applies to snow blowers used under normal opera ng condi ons. If you operate your snow blower under severe condi ons, such as sustained prolonged use or use it in unusually wet, dusty or rocky condi ons, consult your servicing dealer for recommenda ons applicable to your individual needs and use. Be sure to use genuine BEAST Snow Blower replacement parts when servicing your snow blower to assure the best quality, safety and performance. Need Help? Parts, Service and Technical Assistance (919)‐550‐3221 Rev Nov2014 CAUTION! Before making any adjustments and/or servicing to your BEAST Snow Blower , make sure the snow blower is on a level surface, with the igni on switch off, the key removed, and the augers disengaged. Also, disconnect the spark plug wires from the spark plugs and ground them against the engine to prevent inadvertent star ng. If you are performing adjustments or maintenance after opera ng the snow blower, allow the unit to cool and always wear protec ve clothing. Check Oil Level CHECK ENGINE OIL BEFORE EACH USE. Add oil as needed according to dips ck level. Change oil as recommended on page 21 and follow proper procedures to check and change oil. CAUTION Check Skid Shoes Check the skids to ensure that the auger does not contact the paved or gravel surface. Adjust skids as necessary to make up for wear on the snow blower skid shoe surface. Adjust skid shoes to have 1/4” clearance across the scrapper blade to reduce forces during turning and maneuvering. Replacement skid shoes are available for purchase through GXi Parts & Service. Part# B07111 serviceandwarrantyonline.com CAUTION: Always wear work gloves when performing impeller and collector maintenance and beware of sharp edges. Be sure the engine is off, the key removed, and the spark plug wires are disconnected from the spark plugs to prevent inadvertent star ng. Shear Bolts Check shear bolts (as well as other bolts) at frequent intervals for proper ghtness to be sure the equip- ment is in safe working condi on. Do NOT use standard bolts to replace shear bolts. Severe damage or injury could occur. Warranty is also void if shear bolts are not used. Shear bolts are available for replacement through GXi Parts & Service. Part# B06711 serviceandwarrantyonline.com After Blowing Snow Allow the machine to run with the impeller engaged for a few minutes after blowing snow to prevent freeze-up of the augers/impeller. See page 19 for addi onal details for avoiding impeller freeze up which can lead to premature belt failure. Allow the machine to run with the impeller engaged for a few minutes after blowing snow to prevent freeze-up of the augers/impeller. See page 19 for addi onal details for avoiding impeller freeze up which can lead to premature belt failure. 20

Snow BEAST Item Procedure 30SB, 36SB, 45SB Rev Nov2014 Maintenance Schedule Time Interval Break‐in (first 5 hrs) Every 8 hrs (daily) Every 40 hrs (weekly) Every 100 hrs (Bi-weekly) Every 200 hrs (monthly) Belts Inspect Tension (adjust if needed) X X Augers/Impeller Inspect for damaged and bent parts X Shear Bolts Inspect—both shear bolts must be pre- sent Engine Oil Check—add ed as need- X Change 1.2-1.5 quarts 20-30 hrs Engine Spark Plug Inspect 20-30 hrs Fuel System Check X Hardware Check for proper ghtness X X X X X Snow Blower Main Frame Remove debris from under belt cover Annually Safety Interlock System Check and Switches Opera ons X Tires Check Air Pressure X Collector / Impeller Brake Collector/ Impeller stops in <5 seconds X Cleaning the Snow blower It is recommended that the BEAST snow blower be cleaned on a daily basis. Excessive accumula on of dirt, de- bris, oil, etc. on the muffler, air inlet, snow blower augers/impeller and engine may present a poten al safety hazard. 21 Snow BEAST 30SB, 36SB, 45SB Adjus ng Augers/Impeller Cable Service Adjustments Service Adjustments Adjus ng Drive Cable If tension seems to be too loose or too ght, the augers/impeller, cables needs to be readjusted. 1. Loosen the bolt above where the cable screws in to the left side of the control panel. 2. Loosening the bolt en- ables the cable to screw in further, which makes the augers/ impeller handle ght- er. 3. Adjust the bolt and cable to the necessary adjustments. If tension seems to be too loose or too ght, the drive cables needs to be readjusted. 1. Loosen the bolt above where the cable screws in to the right side of the control panel. 2. Loosening the bolt en- ables the cable to screw in further, which makes the augers/impeller handle ghter. 3. Adjust the bolt and cable to the necessary adjustments. Adjus ng Shift Rod The shift rod will be at a preset posi on from the factory, but after use, or maintenance, the shift rod may require occasional adjustment. Signs of adjustment need: 1. The shift handle is moved to the F1 posi on, and when the engagement handle is pressed, the unit does not move. 2. The shift handle is moved to the R1 posi on, and when the engagement handle is pressed, the unit does not move. If either of the above occur, it may be necessary to adjust using the following procedure: 1. Set the transmission handle to the space between F1 and R1 as shown on the right. 2. Loosen the 2 nuts on the adjustment turnbuckle. 3. Remove the cover plate from the transmission housing 4. Adjust the rod by turning the turnbuckle un l the fric on wheel aligns with the center of the Rev Nov2014 22 Snow BEAST Ver cal Service Posi on Service Adjustments 30SB, 36SB, 45SB 30SB, 36SB, 45SB

For some procedures it is necessary to put the snow blower into the ver cal service posi on as instructed below. This allows for easy access to the top and the botom of the snow blower. 1. Remove or place the drift cuters into the stored posi on. 2. Push up on the handle bars and rock the snow blower forward onto the front face of the collector housing as shown below.

Cau on! Unit is heavy, this may require the assistance of a second person. • Remove all fuel from fuel tank if possible by: - Turn fuel valve off - Remove fuel hose from fuel valve - Install short piece of fuel hose to valve - Turn fuel valve on and drain into gasoline safe container • Make certain fuel valve is off. • Tighten fuel and oil caps • Remove key • Close fuel valve DANGER: GASOLINE IS HIGHLY FLAMMABLE AND EXPLOSIVE. Do not add fuel while the engine is running or is hot. Keep open flames, sparks, and heat away from the fuel and store fuel in containers specifically designed for that purpose. ADD FUEL OUTDOORS ONLY. IF THE FUEL IS SPILLED, DO NOT START THE ENGINE. Manually push the snow blower away from the spill and wipe up immediately. DANGER DANGER Rev Nov2014 23 Snow BEAST Service Adjustments 30SB, 36SB, 45SB 30SB, 36SB, 45SB Inspec on & Replacement of the Transmission Belt The transmission belt is located under the belt guard between the engine and impeller. Follow the procedure below to inspect or replace the belt. Remove key, remove spark plug cable from spark plug and ground to the engine. 1. Loosen the two fasteners on either side of the belt cover. The cover will lift up and away from the snow blower during removal. The fasteners require a 10mm wrench or socket/ ratchet. 2. Pull the transmission tension pulley arm away from the belt. While pulling the tension pulley arm, push the belt toward the engine—off of the pulley and onto the crankshaft. 3. Remove the impeller belts from the front of the engine pulley. These belt should ONLY be removed from the engine pulley. Follow procedure for replacement of impeller belts for this item. 4. Put snow blower into the ver cal service posi on standing on the front of the collector housing as instructed on page 23. 5. Remove the botom cover (6 bolts) with a 10mm wrench or socket/ratchet. 6. Remove the transmission belt from the aluminum pulley toward the back of the snow blower. 7. Pull the belt from the top side of the snow blower. The belt will have to be turned to the flat side to move between the fric on wheel and the aluminum drive disk. The belt will removed between the impeller pulley on the engine and the impeller belts removed in Step 3. 8. Reroute the new belt in reverse order from the Bolts Bolts Rev Nov2014 24

Snow BEAST Inspec on & Replacement of the Impeller / Collector Belts The the Follow belts. key, ground belt impeller remove Always the to guard the procedure spark / replace engine. collector between plug below these cable belts the engine belts to are from inspect also as spark and a located set. or impeller. plug replace Remove under and the 1. Loosen cover. snow The ratchet. fasteners blower The the two cover during require fasteners will removal. lift a 10mm up on and either wrench away side from or of socket/ the the belt 2. Remove engine - blower on - rotate with - off Pull The Pull the of rolling the the the belt the side pulley. star the front front back may crankshaft without the impeller ng belt be of belt at belt the the snug, to toward the out belts or engine botom the idle of and use first the from the pulley. a it pulley. screwdriver of may pulley pulley front the the be front engine of groove. groove, necessary the of to snow pulley the assist then to 3. Put standing instructed manual. snow on blower in the the front service into of the the posi ver collector on cal page service housing of posi the as on 4. Remove wrench Inspec Belt. on or the socket/ratchet. and botom Replacement cover (6 See of bolts) diagram Transmission with in a 10mm Drive 5. Using collector posi impeller from this on. a piece pulley engagement pulley. This of will allowing rope pull or handle the strap, the brake belts into e off the to the of be impeller engaged the removed large / 6. Remove the engagement necessary the snow belts. the blower. for belts handle addi one Tie onal in the by the clearance one transmission engaged toward while posi the removing top on if of 7. Reroute the new belt in reverse order from the removal process, and reverse the order of these steps to properly reassemble the belt to the pulleys. Double check that the belt is fully seated in both pulleys before replacing covers. Service Adjustments 30SB, 36SB, 45SB Rev Nov2014 IMPORTANT! ensure releasing making safety ensure specifica IMPORTANT! ensure releasing making safety ensure specifica and and the the the the any any the the on. on. the the augers belts augers belts belt belt augers/impeller augers/impeller The The safety safety adjustments adjustments are are snow snow stop stop re-adjusted re-adjusted of of turning turning blower blower others others whatsoever, whatsoever, control control around around within within belts belts to to achieve achieve are are lever. lever. 5 5 you, you, seconds seconds adjusted adjusted for for this this you you If If your you your you design design must must of of to to are are 25 Snow BEAST Service Adjustments 30SB, 36SB, 45SB 30SB, 36SB, 45SB Adjus ng Discharge Deflector The discharge chute is preset at the factory, but may require adjustment over me or during maintenance. For adjustments, follow the procedure below: 1. Loosen the two nuts at the chute cable mount on the discharge chute. 2. To make the chute open more, adjust nuts so the cable end moves closer to the discharge deflector (upward). 3. To make the chute close more, adjust nuts so the cable end moves further from the Changing Fric on Wheel If the fric on wheel needs to be replaced for any reason: 1. Remove the six bolts to remove the cover underneath the control panel between the wheels. 2. Remove the bolt and nut in the hexagonal shaft carrying the fric on wheel 3. With the bolt and locking nut removed, the shaft can be removed with the rubber fric on wheel assembly. 4. Replace the fric on wheel and reassemble in reverse order. 5. Rese ng the neutral posi on may be necessary. The fric on wheel can also be removed from the ver cal service posi on as outlined on page 23. It can be removed without lifting the unit into the ver cal service posi on. Replacing Headlight Bulb 1. Push the headlight case up from the botom, then gently lift the headlight out. 2. Twist and remove bulb from headlight assembly 3. Replace the bulb and lock the headlight back into place the same way it was taken out. Replacement bulbs are available for purchase through GXI Parts & Service. Rev Nov2014 26

Snow BEAST Service Adjustments 30SB, 36SB, 45SB Transmission System Adjustment If the fric on wheel is changed or the snow blower requires more force to the ground to push snow, follow the procedure below to setup the transmission system. Remove key, remove spark plug cable from spark plug and ground to the engine. 1. Inspect the transmission engagement handle. The handle should have approximately 60 degrees of travel to ensure the correct transmission tension can be applied. The return stop tab may need to be bent to achieve the 60 degree opening. 2. Set the transmission speed lever to F6. 3. Remove the headlight to gain access for adjustments. See more details in the headlight removal procedure. 4. Put snow blower into the ver cal service posi on standing on the front of the collector housing as instructed in the service posi on page of the manual. 5. Remove the botom cover (6 bolts) with a 10mm wrench or socket/ratchet. See diagram in Inspec on and Replacement of Transmission Drive Belt. 6. Back the upper jam nut off of the threaded metal tube and ghten the lower jam nut against the threaded metal tube. Using pliers and 8mm wrench. 7. Adjust clearance the between threaded the metal fric tube on wheel to achieve and drive the correct disc. • Clockwise and transmits applies more more power tension to the to ground. the fric on wheel • Counter-clockwise wheel and transmits relieves less power tension to the to the ground. fric on • Adjust thick and the gauge un fric l two will on wheel. barely stacked fit pennies between or the other drive 1/8 disc inch • If turn after may maintenance recommended ordered: unit the increase removing is to threaded GXi be part will fric used that the be number on metal pennies on a required wheel spare inclines tube B02510. or fric wear. each clockwise gauge. exceeding on Transmission season. wheel Note one 5 be that degrees, It full is this turn 8. Tighten tube and the remove upper the jam pennies. nut against the threaded metal 9. Reassemble Make certain by all reversing connec ons the disassembly are properly steps ghtened. above. Rev Nov2014 27 (View through headlight opening) Back off Upper jam nut Tighten lower jam nut Threaded metal tube Fric on wheel Two pennies Tab Pull 60° Aluminum drive disc Snow BEAST Storage Instruc ons Short Term Storage 30SB, 36SB, 45SB • Let engine cool before storing and do not store near flame, high heat, and possible igni ons from sparks. • Always clean off all flammable material as well as grime and dirt before storage. • Wash with mild detergent and water only. • After washing the machine engage the engine at high and let the snow blower run for 5 minutes. • Store snow blower only on the ground. • Follow recommenda ons to avoid impeller freeze up. Rev Nov2014 • Do not drain fuel indoors or near a flame. • Always park machine on level ground. • Store the machine in a clean and dry environment. • Always remove the safety key and ground the spark plug to the engine. • Always run the snow blower before storage to clear up snow to prevent freeze up. • Check all parts to see if they are in working Extended Storage 28 • Make sure all fuel is drained from the carburetor before storing. • To ensure all fuel is drained from the snow blow- er, turn the fuel valve off, then run the snow blower un l it runs out of gas before storage. • Add a fuel stabilizer to fresh fuel on the last refueling day. • Check the spark plug condi on and pour two tablespoons of engine oil in the spark plug holes and leave the spark plugs off. • Cover the machine when in storage. • Everything men oned in short term storage should also be applied to extended storage.

Snow BEAST Troubleshoo ng Problem Possible Causes Solu on Engine will not start 1. Key in the OFF posi on 2. Insufficient fuel in the tank 3. Air bubble in the fuel line 4. Fuel valve in OFF posi on 5. Choke not ON 6. Choke linkage out of adjustment 7. Loose spark plug wire 8. Fouled spark plug 9. Plugged or dirty air filter 10. Bad / old gasoline 30SB, 36SB, 45SB Rev Nov2014 1. Turn key to ON posi on 2. Add gasoline 3. Prime engine or shake bubble out 4. Turn valve ON 5. Turn choke ON 6. Refer to Engine Owner’s Manual 7. Add engine oil 8. Tighten wire or connec ons 9. Clean or replace the plug 10. Clean or replace the air filter 11. Drain and replace with fresh gasoline Fuel is leaking from the engine. Engine will not keep running/quits 1. Primer bulb was pressed too many mes. 2. Fuel hose has become dis-connected 3. Carburetor has contaminants in it causing the bowl to flood. 1. Do not press primer more than 3 mes. Wipe off excess fuel and allow to dry COMPLETELY before atemp ng to start 2. Re-connect fuel hose and clamp(s) 3. Fuel tank and carburetor needs to be flushed and carburetor needs cleaning. Engine will not start with electric starter 1. Not using proper gauge cord 2. Safety key is loose 3. No power from electrical source 1. Use 120V 16 gauge cord in good condi on. 2. Verify the safety key is fully inserted. 3. Check breaker and plug connec ons 1. Water in the fuel 2. Fuel valve is OFF 3. Low engine oil 1. Drain and replace with fresh fuel 2. Turn fuel valve ON 3. Add engine oil Augers do not turn 1. Shear pins holding the augers may have sheared. 2. If the pins sheared, replace them as needed after applying lubricant into the shaft. Call GXi Parts & Service at 1-919-550-3221 or email: customerservice@gxioutdoorpower.com for parts. Shaft is not turning 1. Shear-Pins holding the augers may have sheared. 2. Check the gearbox. If the pins sheared, replace them as needed after applying lubricant into the shaft. Call GXi Parts & Service at 1-919-550-3221or email: customerservice@gxioutdoorpower.com for parts. Snow blower always pulls to one side 1. Skid shoes and / or scrapper blade dragging more on one side than the other 2. Air pressure in res is not equal on both sides. 1. Adjust skid shoes and / or scrapper blade so the scrapper blade drags uniformly on the surface being blown. 2. Check air in res. Add or remove pressure as needed. 29 Snow BEAST Troubleshoo ng Problem Possible Causes Solu on 30SB, 36SB, 45SB Snow blower will not move forward or reverse Rev Nov2014 1. Transmission cable out of adjustment (too loose) or damaged. 2. Fric on wheel rubber worn 1. Readjust transmission cable 1. Readjust transmission cable If damaged, replace and readjust (page 27) If damaged, replace and readjust (page 27) 2. Replace fric on wheel assembly (page 26) 30 Cannot move snow blower when the engine is off 1. Transmission handle is pressed into the engaged posi on 2. Transmission cable out of adjustment (too ght) 1. Release transmission handle 1. Release transmission handle 2. Readjust transmission cable (page 27) 2. Readjust transmission cable (page 27) Engine is overhea ng 1. Dirt in the fuel line 2. Dirty air filter 3. Low engine oil 4. Fouled spark plug 5. Misuse of the snow blower 1. Replace fuel filter and flush tank 2. Clean or replace the air filter 3. Add engine oil 4. Replace spark plug 5. Walk the snow blower slowly Snow BEAST Parts Diagram 30SB, 36SB, 45SB Rev Nov2014 31 Snow BEAST 30SB, 36SB, 45SB Rev Nov2014 32 Snow BEAST 30SB, 36SB, 45SB Rev Nov2014 33 30SB, 36SB, 45SB Chassis Assembly Reference Snow BEAST 30SB, 36SB, 45SB Rev Nov2014 34

Snow BEAST Replacement Parts To order replacement parts, visit our web‐site at serviceandwarrantyonline.com Or dial Toll Free 1‐800‐393‐0668 Monday‐Friday 8AM‐5PM OEM Replacement Parts Engine Parts GXi Part Number Descrip on E10211 Fuel Primer Bulb Kit: Includes primer bulb assembly, fuel line, and 2 clamps. Models: 30SB, 30SS, 36SB, 36SS, 45SB, 45SS B01712 Fuel Tank with gas cap, fuel valve, fuel line, and clamps for 420cc Snow Blower Engine. Mod- els: 36SB, 36SS, 45SB, 45SS B09612 Oil Fill Plug and Gasket for 420cc & 302cc Snow blower Engine. Models: 30SB, 30SS, 36SB, 36SS, 45SB, 45SS E11512 Engine Assembly - 302cc Electric Start (Includes complete ready to run engine assembly with fuel tank and recoil. Does NOT include crankshaft pulleys.) Models: 30SS, 30SB E07612 Engine Assembly - 420cc Electric Start (Includes complete ready to run engine assembly with fuel tank and recoil. Does NOT include crankshaft pulleys.) Models: 36SB, 36SS, 45SB, 45SS E10811 Engine Recoil Assembly for 302cc Snow blower Engine. Models: 30SS, 30SB E07910 Engine Recoil Assembly for 420cc Snow blower Engine. Models: 36SB, 36SS, 45SB, 45SS E11311 Carburetor Assembly for 302cc Snow blower Engine. Models: 30SS, 30SB E08010 Carburetor Assembly for 420cc Snow blower Engine. Models: 36SB, 36SS, 45SB, 45SS E08110 Snow blower Safety Key Models: 30SB, 30SS, 36SB, 36SS, 45SB, 45SS E08210 Fuel Tank Lid. Models: 30SB, 30SS, 36SB, 36SS, 45SB, 45SS E09211 Snow blower fuel tank screen. Models: 30SB, 30SS, 36SB, 36SS, 45SB, 45SS E10411 Muffler Cover for 302cc Snow blower Engine. Models: 30SS, 30SB E10311 Engine Cover for 302cc Snow blower Engine. Models: 30SS, 30SB E09311 Engine Cover for 420cc Snow blower Engine. Models: 36SB, 36SS, 45SB, 45SS E09411 Muffler Cover for 420cc Snow blower Engine. Models: 36SB, 36SS, 45SB, 45SS E09511 Muffler Assembly for 420cc Snow blower Engine. Includes muffler and elbow and air check valve. Models: 36SB, 36SS, 45SB, 45SS E09612 Oil Fill and Drain Assembly. Includes oil fill neck, dips ck, drain tube and drain bolt. For 420cc & 302cc Snow blower Engine. Models: 30SB, 30SS, 36SB, 36SS, 45SB, 45SS E10611 120V Electric Start Assembly for 302cc Snowblower Engines. Models: 30SS, 30SB E09711 120V Electric Start Assembly for 420cc Snowblower Engines. Models: 36SB, 36SS, 45SB, 45SS E09811 EPA Approved Fuel line - Preformed for 420cc snowblower engine. Includes hose clamps. Models: 36SB, 36SS, 45SB, 45SS E09911 Snow blower engine on/off switch. Includes safety key. Models: 30SB, 30SS, 36SB, 36SS, 45SB, 45SS E10012 Plas c choke knob for 420cc & 302cc Snowblower engines. Models: 30SB, 30SS, 36SB, 36SS, 45SB, 45SS 30SB, 36SB, 45SB Rev Nov2014 35

Snow BEAST Limited Warranty & Service Length of Warranty: *(from the date of original retail purchase) Non‐commercial/ Non‐rental 30SB, 36SB, 45SB Rev Nov2014 Commercial Rental Products Covered by this Warranty Engine 36 Months Limited 90 Days Limited 90 Days Limited Transmission 36 Months Limited 90 Days Limited 90 Days Limited Snow Blower 36 Months Limited 90 Days Limited 90 Days Limited All Steel Gear Case 60 Months Limited 12 Months Limited 12 Months Limited *LENGTH OF WARRANTY: Bateries supplied with applicable products as standard, original equipment are covered by this warranty for a period of 90 days from the date of original retail product purchase. Consumable parts such as oil, spark plugs, filters, dirty carburetors, and augers/ impeller are not covered by this warranty. To Qualify for this Warranty The product must be purchased in the United States from a dealer authorized by GXi Outdoor Power, LLC to sell those products. This warranty applies to first retail purchaser/owner during the applicable warranty me period. SAVE YOUR PROOF OF PURCHASE RECEIPT. What GXi Outdoor Power Will Repair or Replace under Warranty GXi will repair or replace, at its op on, any part that is proven to be defec ve in material or workmanship under normal use during the applicable warranty me period subject to the exclusions stated herein. This warranty is void if the owner fails to follow the prescribed maintenance and opera ng procedures described in this manual. This specifically refers to ensuring rou ne lubrica on and oil changes are made, that fuel stabilizer is used when the product is stored and that the product is not overloaded. GXi has the right to recover warranty administra on costs from the owner if the root cause of the malfunc on is found to be other than defec ve material or workmanship. In par cular, this warranty does not cover: contaminants in the fuel or oil; damage caused by not following the prescribed warnings and opera ng prac ces; failure to follow proper maintenance and storage procedures; and physical damage due to misuse, shipping, handling or storage. Warranty repairs will be made without charge for parts and labor for the first year. Anything replaced under warranty becomes the property of GXi. Parts replaced under warranty will be considered as part of the original product and any warranty on those parts will expire coincident with the original product warranty. To Obtain Warranty Service You must take the BEAST product, accessory, replacement part, apparel or the power equipment on which the accessory or replacement part is installed, and proof of purchase, at your expense, to any BEAST service loca on in the United States, who is authorized to service that product, during the service loca on’s normal business hours. If you are unable to obtain warranty service, or are dissa sfied with the warranty service you receive, take the following steps: First, contact the manager of the service center involved; normally this will resolve the problem. However, if you should require further assistance, write or call the GXi Parts and Service, LLC. Exclusions This warranty does not cover: normal wear, contaminants in the fuel or oil; damage as a result of use in an applica on for which the product was not designed; damage caused by incorpora on or use of unsuitable atachments or parts, unauthorized altera on, or other misuse and neglect; damage caused by failure to follow the prescribed warnings, opera ng prac ces, proper maintenance and storage procedures; parts affected or damaged by accident and/or collision; damage due to shipping, handling, storage or any causes other than defects in material or workmanship of the product. The customer is responsible for transpor ng the snow-blower to and from the service center. Pick Up & Delivery service will depend on service center availability and willingness, and will be made at the owner’s expense. Disclaimer of Consequen al Damage and Limita on of Implied Warran es GXi disclaims any responsibility for loss of me or use of the product, transporta on, commercial loss, or any other incidental or consequen al damage. Any implied warran es are limited to the dura on of this writen limited warranty. THIS WARRANTY IS VOID IF THE MANUFACTURING DATE AND THE SERIAL NUMBER ON THE EQUIPMENT HAS BEEN REMOVED OR THE EQUIPMENT HAS BEEN MODIFIED. EMISSION CONTROL SYSTEM INFORMATION The U.S. and California Clean Air Acts EPA and California regula ons require all manufacturers to furnish writen instruc ons describing the opera on and maintenance of emission control systems. The following instruc ons and procedures must be followed in order to keep the emissions from your BEAST engine within the emission stand- ards. Maintenance, replacement, or repair of the emission control devices and systems may be performed by any engine repair establishment or individu- al, using parts that are ‘‘cer fied’’ to EPA standards. The emission control systems on your BEAST engine were designed, built, and cer fied to conform with EPA regula ons. We recommend the use of genu- ine BEAST parts whenever you have maintenance done. These original-design replacement parts are manufactured to the same standards as the original parts, so you can be confident of their performance. The use of replacement parts that are not of the original design and quality may impair the effec ve- ness of your emission control system. A manufacturer of an aftermarket part assumes the responsibility that the part will not adversely affect emission performance. The manufacturer or re-builder of the part must cer fy that use of the part will not result in a failure of the engine to comply with emission regula ons. Emission controls are covered by this warranty for all uses for a period of 2 years from original retail purchase date, this coverage extends to 36


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