WATER AND ELECTRICITY DO NOT MIX>>>>> BE EXTREMELY CAREFUL
Also, it may be a good idea to store the water feed line (water hose) and the blower assy. indoors, since they'll probably freeze solid if you don't.
Even just a bit of moisture can completely block up the rig if it's stagnant, eg, if it's off, bring it in...
BTW, this is my first instructable, feel free to comment on things i could do better in terms of the instructable...
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Step 1: Materials
- Leaf blower (best if it has a detachable nozzle.
-about 2 feet of plastic tubing (half inch)
-alot of 1/4 inch plastic tubing
-various 1/4 inch tubing connectors, i got away with just using t's...
-hose fittings to attach to the plastic tubing
-something to punch holes in the plastic with.
LOCKING EXTENSION CORD
Step 2: Punching Holes...
be carefull not to poke yourself, and put a few holes through the nozzle peice.
i used 5 width wise, and one height wise.
Step 3: Small tubing
put tubes going all the way through the pipe, with fittings on both sides (or just one fitting, and a plug on the other side.
the pictures make more sense than the words...
Step 4: Main tubing
tape the main tube to the underside of the nozzle
image notes explain better...
Step 5: Piping
it takes forever to put on all the tubes, but if you use less, there won't be enough water flowing to make snow...