Toro Snowblower Recall: The Importance of Knowing What to Recall

Recalls Toro Snowblower Recall: The Importance of Knowing What to Recall

Toro Snowblower Recall: How to Quickly Process Your Recall

Disclaimer: Please note that Toro only issued a recall for their snowthrower, not their snowblower. There's a significant difference between these two, with the snow thrower having more power and snow clearance than the snowblower. Snowthrowers also use a single-stage process while a blower uses a multiple-stage process to clear ice from a driveway or pathway. 

The Toro Max Snowthrower is manufactured by the Toro Manufacturer in Minnesota. These machines are made to ease the laborious, time-consuming snow removal process and make it comfortable. These machines can throw snow up to 45 feet and can maneuver your driveway with their self-propelled and triggerless steering ability.

Well, with all the above features,  seems like a dream machine that every homeowner wishes to have. Unfortunately, these devices can put you at serious risk, hence their recall. Regardless of the recall, most homeowners haven't managed to adhere to its requirement. Some don't know what to do following the recall, while others complain about unnecessary delays with their snowthrower repair. You don't deserve to go through thisDoNotPay can help you repair your Toro snowthrower with the few steps below. 

What Is the Reason for the Toro Snowthrower Recall?

The Toro recall of 17th February 2021 was made due to a possible defective level with the Toro Power Max 826 OHAE Snowthrower. According to the U.S Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), the snowblower's auger fails to disengage, posing an amputation hazard.

There have only been five reports of an incident related to this potential risk, but no injuries have been reported.  

What’s Included in the Recall?

Toro has specifically recalled their 2021 Power Max 826 OHAE snowthrower, model number 37802. You can check whether your snowthrower falls under the recalled category through its serial number at the back. Here is a detailed list of all .

The Toro Power Max Snowthrower model 37802 was sold at authorized Toro dealers, Home Depot, and Ace Hardware. They were also sold at the Toro website, the Home Depot, and the Ace online store. November 2020 to January 2021.  

Affected customers should stop using their affected snowthrowers and contact a Toro authorized dealer for a free repair. 

If you don't know where to take your recalled snowthrower, use the following steps:

  1. Call their toll-free number at 833-254-8856 and access their Toro Dealer Locator system
  2. Use Toro online locator to locate an authorized Toro dealer near you

Here’s a list of a few affected serial numbers:

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To view the full list, please visit Toro Recalls Power Max Snowthrowers Due to Amputation Hazard | Toro.

What Are the Challenges of Returning a Recalled Toro Snowthrower?

With about 6,700 units affected by the , you can imagine the challenges associated with this recall. Some of the potential issues you might encounter from the recall are as follows:

  • Too much delay with the repair process
  • Failure to find a nearby Toro authorized dealer, especially if you had purchased your machine online
  • Lack of a replacement machine that you can use as yours is being replaced
  • Unnecessary costs associated with transporting your recalled machine to an authorized dealer
  • Lack of compensation for the injuries caused by the affected models

You deserve to have your recalled Toro snowthrower repaired without any extra cost of hustle. You also don't deserve to spend unnecessary time having your device repaired. Unfortunately, many people don't manage to have their Toro snowthrower repaired as per their expectations. DoNotPay can help you have your snowthrower repaired within the shortest time possible.

How Can DoNotPay Help You With Toro Snowthrower Recall?

Are you affected by the Toro snowthrower recall and don't know what to do? DoNotPay can help you with the following five easy steps:

  1. Tell us about your purchase, including the product name, brand, store you purchased the item from, price, and date of purchase. If you purchased the item online, enter your transaction details and payment method as well.

  2. Tell us how you found out about the recall.

  3. Choose whether you want a refund, repair, or replacement.

  4. Upload photographic evidence of your purchase and the product if you still have it.

  5. Choose whether you have the capacity to return the item or not.

And that's it! DoNotPay will send a recall request to the Toro Company, of Bloomington, MN asking for a refund, repair, or replacement. Expect to hear back from the company with a confirmation of how you to get a refund or replacement, or how your item will be repaired. 

Why Use DoNotPay to Help With Your Recalls

The reason why DoNotPay has been successful with its continued service is due to to the fact that its:

  • Fast—You don't have to spend hours trying to solve the issue.
  • Easy—You don't have to struggle to fill out tedious forms or keep track of all the steps involved in solving your problem.
  • Successful—You can rest assured knowing we'll make the best case for you.

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Our Recall product can help you solve tons of other recall-related issues. We can help you return, repair, or replace products in the following recalls: 

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Solving this problem is just one of many things DoNotPay can help you with. Here are just a few more services that DoNotPay has to offer.

Our service guarantees an easy, fast, and effective process to return your recalled Toro snowthrower for repair. By completing the steps provided above, you can rest assured that your recalled snowthrower will be repaired within no time. Repairing recalled products has never been this easy. Sign up today, and let's help you return and repair your recalled Toro snowthrower.

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