Prepare for winter snows with snow blower maintenance. Whether you're performing routine updates or troubleshooting a problem, it's important to check the snow blower belts on your machine. If your snow blower isn't throwing snow far enough or not at all, the auger belt may be slack or damaged. It can be tightened if that's the only problem, but if it's cracked or worn you'll need to buy a new snow blower belt. Likewise, if your snow blower isn't moving, you may need to adjust the drive belt tension or replace the belt if it's broken. Order snow blower belt replacements from MTD Parts to get your machine up and running again.