Snow blower recommendations?

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On Thu, 11 Feb 2010 11:14:16 -0500, "Existential Angst"

snow-throwers are OK if you only have a short walk /small driveway -in a light snow area.. Buy a GOOD cord.
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Anything that has a gasoline engine will require the knowledge and ability to perform minor adjustments and repairs. These seem to be beyond your abilities. Generally speaking, electric outdoor products do not have the power of the internal combustion units.
If you buy something with a gasoline engine, look for a Honda engine. They cost a bunch more and will usually need to go to a professional when they malfunction, but the malfunctions seem to be further apart. It seems that Tecumseh and Briggs units don't work well for you.
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Hmmm..... you were astute enough to distinguish "knowledge" from "ability". How did you then come to the conclusion that the problem is ability, rather than knowledge?
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Generally speaking, electric outdoor
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