Displaying Quick Reference TB210 parts for the Troy-Bilt TB210 12A-A25U211 (2012)

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Troy-Bilt BS-591868 (replaces BS-799876)

Spark Plug

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Troy-Bilt BS-493537S

Pre Filter

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Troy-Bilt BS-491588S

Air Filter

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Troy-Bilt BS-298090S

Fuel Filter

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Troy-Bilt BS-796577

Fuel Cap

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Troy-Bilt 946-1113A (replaces 946-1113)

Control Cable

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Troy-Bilt 946-04728

Drive Cable

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Troy-Bilt 954-04259A

Belt

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Troy-Bilt 687-02538

Blade Adapter

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Troy-Bilt 942-0741A

Blade

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Troy-Bilt 736-0524B

Blade Bell Support

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Troy-Bilt 710-1044

Blade Bolt

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Troy-Bilt 734-04579

Front Wheel

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Troy-Bilt 753-08089 (replaces 734-04564)

Rear Wheel

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Troy-Bilt 731-07203

Trailshield

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Troy-Bilt 731-07131

Discharge Chute

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Troy-Bilt 987-02516A (replaces 987-02516)

Mulch Plug

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Troy-Bilt 964-04117B (replaces 964-04117A)

Grass Bag

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Troy-Bilt 647-04271-0637 (replaces 747-05226)

Grass Bag Frame

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Starting a Snow Clearing Session I

After starting the engine of your Snow Blower, pay close attention when engaging the drive system. If the engine strains excessively or stalls, do not retry before checking all moving parts. Snow from a previous session may have melted and re-frozen, locking up critical parts. Make sure engine is off and try and free frozen parts gently. If necessary, move the blower to a heated area and allow the ice to melt. Failure to do so may end up in a shredded belt or broken equipment.