Cub Cadet 31AH5DVB710 Troubleshooting

If you are having problems with your Cub Cadet 31AH5DVB710 Snow Blower, you are not alone. Many Cub Cadet 31AH5DVB710 owners experience issues with their snow blower from time to time, and it can be frustrating to deal with these problems.

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Cub Cadet 31AH5DVB710 Snow Blower Problems

Below are common issues and solutions for the Cub Cadet 31AH5DVB710:

The Cub Cadet 31AH5DVB710 Engine

Cause Solution
  • Engine fails to start, runs erratically, skips (hesitates), or idles poorly.
  • Refer to the Engine Operator’s Manual for engine-related troubleshooting and service

The Cub Cadet 31AH5DVB710 Excessive Vibration

Cause Solution
  • Loose or damaged parts
  • Stop the engine immediately, remove the safety key, or disconnect the spark plug wire. Check for possible damage. Tighten all nuts and bolts. Repair as needed. If the problem persists, contact an authorized service center.

The Cub Cadet 31AH5DVB710 Fails to Propel Itself

Cause Solution
  • The drive control cable is in need of adjustment.
  • Adjust the drive control cable. Refer to Drive Control on page 18
  • Drive belt loss or damaged
  • Replace the drive belt. Contact an authorized Service Center.
  • Friction wheel worn
  • Replace the friction wheel. Refer to the Service section on page 30

The Cub Cadet 31AH5DVB710 Fails to Discharge Snow

Cause Solution
  • Chute assembly clogged
  • Stop the engine immediately, remove the safety key, or disconnect the spark plug wire. See Engine Operator’s Manual.
  • Clean chute assembly and inside of auger housing with the clean-out tool. Refer to Clearing a Clogged Chute Assembly on page 25
  • Foreign objects lodged in auger
  • Stop the engine immediately, remove the safety key, or disconnect the spark plug wire. See Engine Operator’s Manual.
  • Remove the object from the auger with the clean-out tool. Refer to Clearing a Clogged Chute Assembly on page 25.
  • Auger control cable in need of adjustment
  • Refer to Auger Control on page 17
  • Auger belt loss or damaged
  • Refer to Auger Belt Replacement on page 29.
  • Shear pin(s) sheared
  • Refer to Replacing Shear Pins on page 26.

The Cub Cadet 31AH5DVB710 Chute fails to easily rotate

Cause Solution
  • The chute was assembled incorrectly.
  • Disassemble the chute control and reassemble it as directed in the Set-up section.

The Cub Cadet 31AH5DVB710 Pushes snow instead of blowing

Cause Solution
  • Low/slow ground speed in wet/slushy snow 1-3” in depth
  • Increase ground speed and always operate the snow blower engine at FULL throttle. Refer to Clearing a Clogged Chute Assembly on page 25
  • Shear pin(s) sheared
  • Refer to Replacing Shear Pins on page 26.

The Cub Cadet 31AH5DVB710 Overhead chute control does not stay stationary while blowing snow

Cause Solution
  • Insufficient preload applied to chute control
  • Refer to Overhead Chute Control (If Equipped) on page 16.

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How to Diagnose and Repair a Cub Cadet 31AH5DVB710

This guide will help you identify and resolve issues with your Cub Cadet 31AH5DVB710 Snow Blower.

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