Installation Guide
O W N E R ’S MA N UA L
AND
U S E R ’S G U I D E
Read the HomePlow Owner’s Manual before operating or servicing a snow plow.
FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS EXPLICITLY.
Thank You
Thank you for buying the HomePlow By Meyer.
As a new owner of hard-working, mechanical
equipment, we strongly urge you to spend quality
time with this owner’s manual. It’s easy to use and
full of time-saving tips that will enhance your
ownership experience. It includes suggestions
for faster installation, safe operation and more
productive plowing.
We also strongly urge you to register your new
HomePlow at thehomeplow.com. Registering will
only take minutes and the benefits of doing so
will last for years. When registered, you will receive
timely and accurate communication on operation
tips, maintenance, new products, and service
bulletins. And in the unlikely event you need
warranty work done, your local servicing dealer
will be able to process your claim faster.
Thanks again for your business. You can now look
forward to many years of reliable performance and
keeping your driveway safer and easier to use. If you
have any questions about your HomePlow, contact
us at: www.thehomeplow.com
Table of Contents
Subject ..................................................................................................................................................................... Page
Safety ............................................................................................................................................................................. 2-3
Registration Data Sheet .............................................................................................................................................. 4
Introduction .................................................................................................................................................................... 4
Snow Plow Assembly .............................................................................................................................................5-11
Hook Up Plow ...............................................................................................................................................................12
Disconnect Plow ..........................................................................................................................................................13
How To Plow ..................................................................................................................................................................14
Troubleshooting Guide .............................................................................................................................................15
Sincerely,
Pre-season & Post-season Maintenance ...................................................................................................... 16-17
Customer Service
HomePlow by Meyer
18513 Euclid Avenue
Cleveland, Ohio 44112
800-412-PLOW (7569)
Auto Angling Parts Lists ..................................................................................................................................... 18-20
Power Angling Parts List .................................................................................................................................... 21-23
HomePlow Accessories ...................................................................................................................................... 24-25
Warranty ........................................................................................................................................................Back Cover
SAFETY DEFINITIONS
This is the safety alert symbol. It is used
to alert you to potential personal injury
hazards. Obey all safety messages that follow
this symbol to avoid possible injury or death.
1
Never stand or ride on the plow assembly. Keep people and pets at least 25 feet away from the snow plow when in operation. Failure to comply will result in death
or serious injury.
2
Insert and lock locking pin securely before using. Not doing so will result in serious injury or death. It can also result in damage to the vehicle and/or plow.
3
4
5
DANGER Indicates an imminently
hazardous situation which, if not avoided,
will result in death or serious injury.
6
The HomePlow by Meyer should be used by drivers with a valid operator’s license. Keep all body parts inside the vehicle. Failure to comply could result in death or serious injury.
7
To prevent accidental movement of the plow, always turn off the controller whenever the plow is not in use. Failure to comply could result in death or serious injury.
8
WARNING Indicates a potentially hazardous
situation which, if not avoided, could result
in death or serious injury.
9
10
CAUTION Indicates an potentially hazardous
situation which, if not avoided, may result in
minor or moderate injury.
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12
13
CAUTION used without the safety alert
symbol indicates a potentially hazardous
situation which, if not avoided, will result
in property damage.
Always lower moldboard to the ground when snow plow is being serviced or when vehicle is not in use. Failure to comply could result in death or serious
injury.
The HomePlow is for driveway plowing only and should be used on ½-ton and smaller vehicles. Use of this product on larger than ½-ton vehicles is prohibited and can result
in damage to the vehicle or plow. Failure to comply could result in death or serious injury.
NEVER use the HomePlow without first CAREFULLY reading the Owner’s Manual. It is CRITICAL for your safety to ALWAYS obey EVERY warning in the manual and follow
EVERY instruction EXPLICITLY. Failure to comply could result in death or serious injury.
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15
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The HomePlow should NEVER be used for ANY other purpose other than plowing snow on a driveway, using The HomePlow for other purposes could result in serious
injury or death.
Inspect plow assembly and mounting components and fasteners for wear and damage before and after each use. Worn or damaged components or fasteners could
allow the plow to drop unexpectedly. Failure to comply could result in death or serious injury.
Do not change plow position while traveling. You could suddenly lower the plow accidentally. Failure to comply could result in death or serious injury.
ALWAYS wear a seat belt when plowing snow. Hidden obstructions can cause the vehicle to stop suddenly resulting in personal injury. Failure to comply could
result in death or serious injury.
Do not mix different kinds of hydraulic fluid. Some fluids are not compatible and may cause performance problems and product damage Failure to comply could
result in death or serious injury.
NEVER perform any repairs or maintenance with the plow controller turned on and the plow plugged into the vehicle harness and the plow attached to the vehicle.
Failure to comply could result in death or serious injury.
The vehicle must not be operated when overloaded. In all cases, the loaded vehicle weight, including the entire snow plow system, all aftermarket accessories, driver, passenger,
options, nominal fluid levels, and cargo must not exceed the front/rear Gross Axle Weight Rating (GAWR), and total Gross Vehicle Weight Rating (GVWR). These weights ratings
are specified on the safety compliance certification label on the driver’s side door opening. The use of rear ballast weight may be required to prevent exceeding the front GAWR.
Failure to comply could result in death or serious injury.
Read the HomePlow Owner’s Manual before operating or servicing a snow plow. FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS EXPLICITLY. Failure to comply could result
in death or serious injury.
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS should be used when Hydraulic Unit is in OPERATION and plow is in a RAISED position. Lower plow to ground when vehicle is PARKED in case
of hydraulic failure. Failure to comply could result in death or serious injury.
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25
26
27
28
29
30
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Remove Plow Assembly before placing vehicle on hoist/lift. Failure to comply could result in death or serious injury.
Do not exceed 10 mph transporting plow. Do not exceed 5 mph plowing snow. Know your road conditions at all times. Keep feet clear of moldboard at all times.
Failure to comply could result in death or serious injury.
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS should be used when Hydraulic Unit is SERVICED. Hydrauilic fluid under pressure can cause skin injection injury. If you are injured by
hydraulic fluid, get medical attention immediately. Failure to comply could result in death or serious injury.
Vehicle exhaust contains lethal fumes. Breathing these fumes, even in low concentrations, can cause death. Never operate vehicle in an enclosed area without venting the
exhaust to the outside. Failure to comply could result in death or serious injury.
Gasoline is highly flamable and gasoline vapor is explosive. Never smoke while working on vehicle. Keep all open flames away from gasoline tank and lines. Wipe up
any spilled gasoline immediately. Failure to comply could result in death or serious injury.
Flag obstructions that are under snow to prevent damage to product or property. Failure to comply may result in minor or moderate injury.
A ballast weight may be required to prevent front GAWR overloading. If required, ballast must be securely attached at least 24 inches behind the rear axle. Failure to
comply will result in property damage.
Batteries normally produce explosive gases which can cause personal injury. Therefore, do not allow flames, sparks or lit tobacco to come near the battery. When charging
or working near a battery, always cover your face and protect your eyes, and also provide ventilation. Batteries contain sulfuric acid which burns skin, eyes and clothing.
Failure to comply will result in property damage.
See your HomePlow Authorized Distributor/Web site for specific vehicle application recommendations before installation. Failure to comply will result in property
damage.
Installation of a snow plow may affect your new vehicle warranty. For more information consult your Vehicle Owner’s Manual / Vehicle Dealer. Failure to comply will
result in property damage.
Warranty does not apply to a HomePlow product which has been negligently or improperly assembled or installed. Failure to comply will result in property damage.
CAUTION: To avoid harm to vehicles electrical system always disconnect battery before beginning installation. DO NOT BURN holes or WELD vehicle frame. This
may cause frame failure. Failure to comply will result in property damage.
A driver’s first responsibility is the safe operation of the vehicle and snow plow. The most important thing you can do to prevent a crash is to avoid distractions and pay
attention to the road. Wait until it is safe to operate mobile communication equipment such as cell phones, two way radios, etc. Failure to comply will result in property
damage.
Front end wheel alignment and headlight aim may require readjustment after installation of equipment, and is the responsibility of the equipment installer. Failure
to adjust front wheel alignment may cause premature uneven tire wear. If required, reset to chassis manufacture’s specifications. Failure to comply will result in
property damage.
SAFETY DEFINITIONS
This is the safety alert symbol. It is used
to alert you to potential personal injury
hazards. Obey all safety messages that follow
this symbol to avoid possible injury or death.
DANGER Indicates an imminently
hazardous situation which, if not avoided,
will result in death or serious injury.
WARNING Indicates a potentially hazardous
situation which, if not avoided, could result
in death or serious injury.
CAUTION Indicates an potentially hazardous
situation which, if not avoided, may result in
minor or moderate injury.
CAUTION used without the safety alert
symbol indicates a potentially hazardous
situation which, if not avoided, will result
in property damage.
Introduction
Registration Data Sheet
The HomePlow has published this manual to help you get maximum
performance from your snow plow and familiarize you with the
features designed for efficiency and safety; be sure you recognize and
understand them. Follow recommended operation and maintenance
instructions, so when the storm hits, your HomePlow will be ready and
you will know how to plow like a pro. WARNING: Deployment of an
air bag while using a The HomePlow will not be covered under
The HomePlow’s warranty.
Register your snow plow at www.thehomeplow.com
Owner Name___________________________________________________________________________________
Address______________________________________________________________________________________
City________________________________________________________________________________________
In conjunction with FMVSS (Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards) and
OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) guidelines, The HomePlow has
designed this plow pack.
We also strongly urge you to register your new HomePlow at
thehomeplow.com. Registering will only take minutes and the
benefits of doing so will last for years. When registered, you will
receive timely and accurate communication on operation tips,
maintenance, new products, and service bulletins. And in the
unlikely event you need warranty work done, your local servicing
dealer will be able to process your claim faster.
Vehicle requirements: Two or Four wheel drive SUV/Pick-up type
vehicle 1/2 ton or smaller including Utility Vehicles. Use on vehicles
greater than 1/2 ton is prohibited. Minimum 60 Amp alternator.
Minimum 70 Amp Battery (550CCA/Cold Cranking Amps). Must be
able to accept a front 2” category 3 reciever hitch. Front suspension
must be able to handle 250 lbs. of added weight of plow and hitch.
Stock vehicle with no suspension modifications (lift kits) that have
modified the height of the vehicle.
Hitch Requirements: Category 3 2”x2” front reciever.
300lb. Tongue weight rating – 3000lb. pull rating
THE HOMEPLOW HYDRAULIC SYSTEM HAS BEEN SHIPPED DRY.
FILL ONLY WITH MEYER M-1 HYDRAULIC FLUID.
SEE PAGE 6 FOR DETAILS.
Under the continuing HomePlow Improvement Plan, The HomePlow reserves the right to
change design details and construction without prior notice and without incurring
any obligation.
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS - See pages 2-3 for definitions
State/Province _________________________________________ Zip/Postal Code______________________________
Purchased From Company Name________________________________________________________________________
Contact Name__________________________________________________________________________________
Address______________________________________________________________________________________
City________________________________________________________________________________________
State/Province________________________________________ Zip/Postal Code______________________________
PhoneNumber (_________)________________________________________________________________________
E-mail______________________________________________________________________________________
Date Purchased_________________________________________________________________________________
Vehicle Make__________________________________ Vehicle Model________________________________________
VehicleYear___________________________________ VehicleVIN__________________________________________
Controller Part Number____________________________________________________________________________
Moldboard Serial number___________________________________________________________________________
Manufacturer of Hitch Mount__________________________________________________________________________
23, 25, 26, 27
4, 6, 14
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STEP 1:
PLOW LIFT FRAME ASSEMBLY
(Fig. 1)
(Fig. 2)
STEP 1a
Attach the two wheel assemblies with the shorter brackets to
either side of the plow pivot bar (fig. 1 & 2) and the third wheel
assembly to the Lift Frame Assembly under the lifting cylinder.
STEP 1b
Install Plow Markers to each side of plow using 5/16-18 x 1” bolt,
5/16 flatwashers and 5/16-18 locknut as shown below.
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS - See pages 2-3 for definitions
Your HomePlow System should now look like the picture below.
(Auto-Angling with hydraulic lift shown)
9, 12
STEP 2:
WIRING INSTALLATION
(Fig. 14)
STEP 2a
Carefully route the Vehicle Harness to the vehicle battery (fig. 12). You
may need to route thru the grille or behind/under the bumper. Be sure to
stay away from hot, sharp or moving parts of the vehicle and use the zip
ties provided to secure. Attach the Black wire to the negative (-) battery
post (fig. 13) and the red wire to the positive (+) battery post (fig. 14).
(Fig. 12)
(Fig. 13)
(Fig. 15)
(Fig. 18)
STEP 2b
Carefully attach the Vehicle Harness Extension to the vehicle harness
(fig. 15) and route extension into the vehicle. For wireless remote control
models, plug receiver box and secure with zip ties (fig. 16). The extension
can either be routed thru the firewall (fig. 17) or along the hood channel
(fig. 18) and thru the window or door jamb (fig. 19). Be sure to stay
away from hot, sharp or moving parts of the vehicle and use the zip ties
provided to secure. If routing thru window or door make sure the
hood, door or window closes without pinching or cutting the
harness. Connect the Controller to the Harness Extension (fig. 20).
(Fig. 17)
(Fig. 16)
(Fig. 21)
STEP 2c
Install your Receiver Hitch Mount (sold separately, see hitch
requirements on pg. 4) per manufacturers instructions. Measure
center of square hitch to the ground. This dimension (A) should be a
minimum of 10" and a maximum of 13" (fig. 21). Measure from the
hitch pin hole to the very end of your bumper. This dimension (B)
should be not more than 8-1/2" (fig. 21). If your dimension does
not fall within these ranges you should contact your hitch dealer/
manufacturer for height or length adjustment accessories.
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS - See pages 2-3 for definitions
(Fig. 19)
(Fig. 20)
(A) 10" min-13" max
24, 25, 26, 27, 28
(B)
8-1/2" max
9, 20, 21
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STEP 3: INSTALL PLOW ONTO VEHICLE
(Fig. 22)
(Fig. 21)
(Fig. 23)
Remove Pin
Lift here and push toward vehicle.
Lift here
STEP 3a
Gently roll the plow to the receiver hitch on the vehicle so that the male tube on the
lift frame is lined up directly in front of the receiver hitch (fig. 21). Lift slightly on the
“Lift Here” decal (fig. 22) and push plow assembly into the vehicle receiver hitch until
the pin holes align (fig. 23). Proper install is shown in Figure 24.
(Fig. 24)
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS - See pages 2-3 for definitions
2
9
STEP 3b
On/Off
Remove both weather covers
from the ends of the Plow
Harness and Vehicle Harness,
add dielectric grease to
the connecting prongs
and connect.
Raise
(UP)
Angle
Left
Angle
Right
Lower
(DOWN)
Power Angling
Controller
(Part #22827)
STEP 3c
On
Turn on Controller.
Raise
(UP)
Off
Lower
(DOWN)
Raise
(UP)
Lower
(DOWN)
Auto Angling
Controller
(Part #22826)
Wireless
Controller
(Part #22891)
Auto Angling Controller (Part #22826)
Power Angling Controller (Part #22827)
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS - See pages 2-3 for definitions
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Auto Angling Controller Operation
(Part #22826): Turn the controller on. When turned on the controller will illuminate. The Plow
STEP 3d
Raise plow and reposition the two front wheel brackets 180 degrees (fig. 25) and the one
rear wheel bracket 90 degrees (fig. 26) for plowing mode.
UP and Plow DOWN switch is a 3 position switch. The plow can be raised “up” by pressing on the top half
of the Plow Up/Plow Down switch. Once released, the switch will return to the center position. The plow
can be lowered by pressing the bottom half of the Plow Up/Plow Down switch. This will stay in the Down
or “Float” position until the operator pushes the switch to the center position or raise “Plow UP” position.
When the switch is in the Down or “Float” position it will keep the S1 valve energized which will allow the
plow to remain in contact with the ground regardless of grade. When the switch is in the center position it
will not allow the plow to lower automatically when encountering a different grade. Make sure controller
is turned off when plow is not in use.
STEP 3e (Check oil level on hydraulic models)
Raise and lower (and angle left & right if equipped with power angling) plow 10 times to
automatically purge the air out of the hydraulic system. Lower plow to ground and turn
off controller. Check fluid level in hydraulic unit (fig. 27) and top off if necessary (fig. 28)
(see step 1d). Attach Hydraulic Cover to Hydraulic Assembly Lift Frame using two Cover
fasteners on each side (fig. 29). (The cover fasteners are locked in place when the center
nail of the cover fastener is pushed in)
Power Angling Controller Operation
(Part #22827): Turn the controller on by holding down the on/off switch until the controller
(Fig. 25)
lights up (1 second). To raise the plow press the up arrow. To angle the plow left press the left arrow and to
angle the plow right press the right arrow. The plow can be lowered by pressing the lower (down) arrow. If
the lower button is pressed for more than 1 second the plow will go into “Float”. “Float” position will keep
the S1 valve energized which will allow the plow to remain in contact with the ground regardless of grade.
Pressing the raise arrow will take the plow out of Float and will not allow the plow to lower automatically
when encountering a different grade. The controller has timers built in for safety. The plow will only raise
continually for 4 seconds at a time and angle left or right continually for 6 seconds at a time. The controller
will automatically shut down the function being used if the timer values (4 seconds for raise and 6 seconds
for angle) are exceeded. In order to reset simply release the function being pressed and this will reset the
timer and controller. Make sure controller is turned off when plow is not in use.
(Fig. 26)
(Fig. 27)
(Fig. 28)
Wireless Controller Operation
(Part #22891): Press the up arrow to raise the plow and the down arrow to lower the plow.
A blue light will illuminate when either button is pressed. If it does not illuminate, the remote battery will
need replaced. When using the linear actuator, the raise and lower function will time out after 6 seconds of
continuous up or down. When using the hydraulic unit, the raise function will time out after 3 seconds of
continuous operation.
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS - See pages 2-3 for definitions
1
(Fig. 29)
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7, 12, 16, 19, 20, 21
ATTACH PLOW
TO VEHICLE
(Fig. 30)
(Fig. 31)
➋
(Fig. 32)
Remove Hitch Pin. Gently roll the
plow to the receiver hitch on the
vehicle so that the male tube on the
lift frame is lined up directly in front
of the receiver hitch (fig. 30). Lift
slightly on the “Lift Here” decal
(fig. 31) and push plow assembly
into the vehicle receiver hitch until
the pin holes align (fig. 32). Proper
install is shown in Figure 34. Connect
electrical plug (fig. 33) and raise
plow to turn all three plow wheels
to the plowing position (fig 35 & 36).
(Fig. 33)
➋
➍
➊
➊ Remove pin
➋ Lift here and push toward vehicle
➌ Re-install pin
➍ Connect electrical plug
(Fig. 35)
➌
(Fig. 34)
(Fig. 36)
Plow wheels set to
plowing position.
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS - See pages 2-3 for definitions
2
30
7, 9
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REMOVE PLOW
FROM VEHICLE
Raise plow and set wheels to storage
position (fig. 37-39). Lower plow all
the way down. On hydraulic models,
put the controller into “Float” position
and push down on lift arm to put slack
into the lift chain (fig. 40). Disconnect
electrical plug (fig. 41) and install
weather covers to both end of the
harness. Remove Hitch pin (fig. 40).
Gently lift at “Lift Here” decal (fig. 42)
and slide Lift Frame out of reciever
hitch on vehicle (fig. 43). Re-install
Hitch pin thru Lift Frame.
(Fig. 38)
(Fig. 37)
(Fig. 39)
➋
(Fig. 40)
➊
(Fig. 41)
➍
➍
➌
(Fig. 42)
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS - See pages 2-3 for definitions
(Fig. 43)
➎
➊ Push here to put slack in chain
➋ Disconnect plug
➌ Remove pin
➍ Lift here and pull away from vehicle
➎ Replace pin to plow hitch
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HOW TO PLOW
Chain Adjustment
The chain is adjustable at the lift arm. The chain must be adjusted with the controller in the down (Float)
position and the lift cylinder must be pushed down as far as it will go. The chain should be adjusted to
have 2-3 links of slack (fig.44). Also if a major hydraulic malfunction is experienced the plow can be raised
by a floor jack or two people and the chain can be adjusted up with no slack. This will then suspend the
plow above ground so the vehicle can be driven to your nearest HomePlow Service center.
(Fig. 44)
Plowing (with Auto Angling)
Always plow with the storm, every 2-3” of accumulation. The Auto Angling Plow will raise and lower the
plow from inside the comfort of your vehicle and allows the plow to automatically angle to the side with
the heaviest amount of snow and when raised the plow will automatically return to the center or straight
position (fig. 45). The plow also is equipped with a fixed angle pin (fig. 46) which can position the plow
to the left or right. To use the fixed angle pin manually push the plow to the left or right and drop in the
fixed angle pin and secure with the hair pin. Lift as high as possible, then drive through the snow to the
garage. Drop the blade and back drag away from the garage. Turn around, back into the cleared path to
the garage, set the blade in an angled position if necessary and continue rolling snow away from the
house. Complete as many passes as necessary to clear the snow. The first storm of the season, plow back
from the drive area to allow space to pile future snowfall.
(Fig. 45)
Plowing (with Power Angling)
Always plow with the storm, every 2-3” of accumulation. The Power Angling Plow will raise, lower, angle
left and angle right from inside the comfort of your vehicle (fig. 47). Enter the driveway rolling snow away
from the residence. Stop about two-thirds of the way in, set the blade in angled position, lift as high as
possible, then drive through the snow to the garage. Drop the blade and back drag away from the garage.
Turn around, back into the cleared path to the garage, reset the blade angle and continue rolling snow
away from the house. Complete as many passes as necessary to clear the snow. The first storm of the
season, plow back from the drive area to allow space to pile future snowfall.
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS - See pages 2-3 for definitions
1, 2
23, 24, 29, 30
(Fig. 46)
(Fig. 47)
3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 14, 16, 18, 19, 20, 21
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TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
Auto-Angling Model
Troubleshooting Guide for The HomePlow Auto Angling (Hydraulic)
CONDITION
POSSIBLE CAUSE
CORRECTION
Plow doesn’t lift
or lifts slowly –
motor operates
1. Low hydraulic fluid level.
2. Discharged battery.
3. Leaking or open “S1” cartridge.
4. Malfunctioning Hydraulic Unit.
1. Add fluid to proper level
2. Recharge battery.
3. Clean or replace “S1” cartridge.
4. Replace Hydraulic Unit.
Motor doesn’t
operate
1. No current to Motor Solenoid
(small red wire)
2. Small purple wire not grounded
3. Malfuctioning Motor Solenoid
4. Malfunctioning motor
5. Malfunctioning Hydraulic Unit
1. Locate malfunction and repair.
(Check controller)
2. Ground small purple wire
3. Replace motor Solenoid
4. Replace motor
5. Replace Hydraulic Unit
Plow doesn’t
lower
1. No current to “S1” coil.
(white and black with white stripe wires)
2. “S1” cartridge jammed in closed position.
3. Inoperative “S1” coil.
(black with white stripe & white wire)
1. Locate malfunction and repair.
(Check controller)
2. Replace “S1” cartridge.
3. Replace “S1” coil.
(black with white stripe & white wire)
“X” are the energized items.
Raise
Lower
Motor Solenoid
X
S1
X
Power-Angling Model
“X” are the energized items.
Raise
Lower
Left
Right
12
Motor Solenoid
X (T1)
S1
S2
X
X (T2)
X (T1)
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS - See pages 2-3 for definitions
X
X
Plow creeps down 1. Leaking “S1” cartridge.
2. Leaking Raise Cylinder.
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1. Clean or replace “S1” cartridge.
2. Replace Raise Cylinder.
7, 12, 13, 15, 16, 17, 19, 20, 21
Troubleshooting Guide for The HomePlow Power Angling (Hydraulic)
Troubleshooting Guide for The HomePlow Auto Angling
CONDITION
(Linear Actuator)
POSSIBLE CAUSE
CORRECTION
Plow does not lift 1. Low hydraulic fluid level.
or lifts slowly – 2. Discharged battery.
motor operates 3. Leaking or open “S1” cartridge.
4. Motor turning counter clockwise
1. Add fluid to proper level
2. Recharge battery.
3. Clean or replace “S1” cartridge.
4. Check wiring to motor solenoid (T1 should be energized)
– Check Controller – Replace motor solenoid.
5. Malfunctioning Hydraulic Unit. 5. Replace Hydraulic Unit.
Plow Angles Right 1. Leaking or open “S2” cartridge. 1. Clean or replace “S2” cartridge.
when Raise
2. Wiring not correct
2. Check wiring harness
switch is pressed 3. Bad Controller
3. Replace Controller
Motor doesn’t
operate
Plow doesn’t
lower
1. Check red and black wires at battery. 1. Clean and tighten connection
2. No current to Motor Solenoid. 2. Locate malfunction and repair.
(small red wire T1 & small black wire T2) (Check controller)
3. Malfuctioning Motor Solenoid 3. Replace motor Solenoid
4. Malfunctioning motor.
4. Replace motor.
5. Malfunctioning Hydraulic Unit. 5. Replace Hydraulic Unit.
1. No current to “S1” coil.
(black with white stripe & white wire)
2. “S1” cartridge jammed in
closed position.
3. Inoperative “S1” coil.
(black with white stripe & white wire)
Plow creeps down 1. Leaking “S1” cartridge.
2. Leaking Raise Cylinder,
hose or fitting.
1. Locate malfunction and repair. (Check controller)
2. Replace “S1” cartridge.
3. Replace “S1” coil.
(black with white stripe & white wire)
CONDITION
POSSIBLE CAUSE
Plow operates
slowly
1. Bad wire connections.
2. Discharged battery.
3. Bad Linear Actuator.
4. Bad Remote Control Receiver.
1. Clean/Tighten wire connections.
2. Recharge battery.
3. Replace Linear Actuator.
4. Replace Receiver
1. Bad wire connections.
2. Discharged battery.
3. Bad Linear Actuator.
4. Bad Remote Control Receiver.
5 Remote not communicating
with receiver.
6. Battery dead on Remote Control.
7. Bad Remote Control.
1. Clean/Tighten wire connections.
2. Recharge battery.
3. Replace Linear Actuator.
4. Replace Receiver.
5. Re-sync to receiver .
.
Plow doesn’t
operate
CORRECTION
6. Replace Battery and re-sync to receiver.
7. Replace remote and re-sync to receiver.
Re-sync instructions:
1. Make sure receiver is plugged in and has 12 volts.
2. Remove cover from the receiver.
3. Press white button until red light above button illuminates.
4. Once the red light illuminates, immediately press the up or down button on remote.
The red light should go out immediately and the receiver is now comunicating with the remote.
1. Clean or replace “S1” cartridge.
2. Replace Raise Cylinder or hose.
Plow does not
angle Left
1. No current to “S2” coil.
1. Locate malfunction and repair. (orange & black w/white stripe wire)
(orange and black w/white stripe wire)
2. Motor tuning clockwise.
2. Check wiring of motor solenoid. (T2 should be energized)
– Check Controller – Replace motor solenoid.
3. Bad”S2” valve.
3. Replace “S2” valve.
Plow does not
angle Right
1. No current to “S2” coil.
1. Locate malfunction and repair. (orange & black w/white stripe wire)
(orange and black w/white stripe wire)
2. Motor tuning counter clockwise. 2. Check wiring of motor solenoid. (T1 should be energized)
– Check Controller – Replace motor solenoid.
3. Bad”S2” valve.
3. Replace “S2” valve.
White Button
Cover
Red Light
Receiver
13
PRE-SEASON & POST-SEASON MAINTENANCE
The HomePlow recommends this maintenance information for regular service. Sustained heavy operation may call for more frequent service. Snow plowing
subjects a vehicle to exceptionally rugged use. As a result, it is very important to inspect and maintain the snow plow and vehicle up to maximum operating conditions.
Inspection should be made of both the vehicle and snow plow prior to the plowing season and after each use.
PRE-SEASON MAINTENANCE Scheduled vehicle maintenance should be performed as recommended by the manufacturer.
Cutting Edge
Don’t forget that in addition to keeping equipment in order:
1. Keep windshield wipers, heaters and lights working.
2. Use emergency flasher lights for increased visibility and safety.
3. Equip vehicles with chains where necessary.
VEHICLE ELECTRICAL SYSTEM For maximum efficiency, the vehicle supporting the snow plow must be properly serviced. The system should
consist of at least a 70 amp./hr. battery and a 60 amp alternator. Be sure to check regularly:
1. Battery terminals to assure they’re clean and free of corrosion.
2. Electrical connections, to assure they’re tight and corrosion free.
3. Battery must be in top operating condition.
4. Alternator and regulator, to assure maximum electrical output.
(Fig. 48)
Trip Spring Adjustment
Check the Diagnosis chart Pre/Post Season Maintenance for advice on maintaining the unit.
1. ALWAYS LOWER MOLDBOARD TO THE GROUND WHEN SNOW PLOW IS BEING SERVICED OR WHEN
VEHICLE IS NOT IN USE.
2. Check and maintain hydraulic fluid reservoir level to Full. Oil level should be checked with lift ram down or retracted position.
3. Check entire hydraulic system for leaks. A significant drop in hydraulic fluid level is evidence of a leak which must be corrected to prevent serious damage.
4. Before and after each season, Grease all pins and lubricate all pivot points with chassis lube.
5. CUTTING EDGE – Replace the cutting edge as soon as it is 3-1/2” (5” is new) Tall. This will prevent permanent damage to the moldboard (fig. 48).
6. ADJUSTING TRIP SPRING TENSION – Tighten top locknut 4 turns beyond the point when spring coils begin to separate. Tighten bottom locknut to
hold eye bolt in position (fig. 49).
7. MOUNTING BOLTS – Retighten all mounting bolts after first snow plowing session and at regular intervals through the season.
8. SNO-FLO® POWDER COATING, both black and yellow, should be checked at the beginning and end of each season for any signs of rust.
If any exists, use Sno-Flo® powder coat touch-up available in spray cans.
NOTE: PROTECTION AGAINST RUST AND CORROSION When the power unit is not used for extended periods, protect the chromed
lift rod by fully extending and coating it with chassis lubricant. Coat the exposed portions of the power angling cylinder rods with chassis
lubricant to protect against corrosion.
14
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS - See pages 2-3 for definitions
24, 30
(Fig. 49)
4, 7, 9, 12, 13, 15, 16, 17, 19, 20, 21
POST-SEASON SUMMER MAINTENANCE
(HYDRAULIC)
1. Draining & Replacing The HomePlow Meyer M-1 Hydraulic Fluid
Drain the fluid by un-bolting the hydraulic unit from the Lift Frame and
removing the Reservoir Breather. Turn the hydraulic unit upside down and drain
the fluid from the reservoir. To drain the fluid from the power angling cylinders
(if equipped), disconnect the fittings and completely retract the cylinder rods
and purge cylinder and hose of all hydraulic fluid. The complete system should
then be flushed out with Meyer M-2 Flushing Fluid before adding new Meyer
Hydraulic Fluid. To flush the unit, re-install the hydraulic unit to the Lift Frame
and hose to the angle cylinder (if equipped). Add 1 quart of M-2 Flushing Fluid
to the reservoir and replace the Reservoir Breather. Cycle the unit Up, Down,
Left and Right 5 times in each direction. Then drain the hydraulic unit as before
and re-fill with Meyer M-1 Fluid. Check fluid level after cycling plow and top off
if necessary.
2. Meyer M-1 Hydraulic Fluid is specially formulated with an anti-ice additive
for almost constant viscosity in subzero temperatures. Because it is free-flowing in
extreme cold, the unit’s performance and efficiency are not affected by winter weather.
It is effective for a maximum of one year. Always carry an extra quart of Meyer M-1
Hydraulic Fluid. Use of any inferior fluids will void The HomePlow warranty.
Grease
Dielectric Grease
Grease
Grease
Available at www.thehomeplow.com
SNOW PLOW STORAGE
1. When snow plow is disconnected, disconnect lift chain from lift arm
and extend lift cylinder to end of stroke and coat chrome rod with light
grease. This fills the cylinder with hydraulic fluid and protects the interior and
exterior from rust and corrosion.
2. Whenever Moldboard is disconnected, coat the exposed portions of the power
angling cylinder chrome rod (if equipped) with light grease to protect it from corrosion.
3. Coat pivot pin and other wear points with chassis lubricant. Be sure to grease
all grease holes.
4. Unplug electical connection. Coat connection with a dielectric compound
to prevent corrosion and plug into their corresponding weather plug.
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS - See pages 2-3 for definitions
Meyer M1 Hydraulic oil and Flush is
scientifically formulated to withstand
extreme winter temps up to -40F.
24, 30
Protects your electrical system
with Meyer winter formula
dielectric grease.
Yellow and black paint is formulated
to withstand harsh temperatures and
the winter environment.
7, 9, 12, 13, 15, 16, 17, 19, 20, 21
15
PARTS LIST
HOMEPLOW
AUTO ANGLING –
Hydraulic
16
ITEM
PART NO.
QTY. DESCRIPTION
ITEM
PART NO.
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
08245
11101
20152
20355
21984
22083
20309
22816
22820
22845
20307
22821
1
1
1
6
4
1
1
2
1
2
3
4
••• Mounting Hardware Bag
•••• Hinge Pin
•••• Bolt 5/8-11 x 5” Gr. 5
•••• Flatwasher 1/2”
•••• Hairpin Cotter
••••Lynch Pin
•••• Locknut 5/8-11
•••• Pivot Pin 1/2” x 3”
•••• Fixed Angle Pin
•••• Hair Pin 1/8” x 1- 5/16”
•••• Locknut 1/2-13
•••• Cover Fastener
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
09325
09124
09323
12978
13110
13125
20307
20357
20385
21943
22720
1
2
1
2
1
1
6
2
2
6
2
•• HP-6’8”Moldboard & Pivot Assembly
••• Eye Bolt Kit
••• Cutting Edge
••• Trip Spring
••• Pivot Bar
••• HP-6’8” Moldboard
••• Locknut 1/2-13
••• Flatwasher 5/8”
••• Cotter Pin 1/8” x 1-1/4”
••• Bolt 1/2-13 x 1-3/4” Gr. 5
••• Pivot Pin 5/8 x 7”
HomePlow Auto Angling
25000
16609
13145
1
1
• HomePlow PAF/Lift Frame Auto Angling
•• Lift Frame & Hydraulic Assy
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
13095
13129
13130
13142
20027
20326
20352
20355
20420
22436
22816
22821
22845
09917
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
3
2
2
3
4
3
1
••• A-Frame
••• Rear Cover
••• Lift Frame
••• Lift Arm
••• Bolt 5/16-18 x 1” Gr. 2
••• Lockwasher 5/16”
••• Flatwasher 5/16”
••• Flatwasher 1/2”
••• Cotter Pin 1/4” x 2”
••• Pin 1” x 3”
••• Pivot Pin 1/2” x 3”
••• Cover Fastener
••• Hair Pin 1/8” x 1- 5/16”
••• Plow Marker Kit
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
13853
22460
05816
22822
22427
05028
05026
05027
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
••• Auto Angling Hydraulic Unit Assy.
•••• 90 degree Elbow SAE 6
•••• Lift Cylinder 1” x 6” SAE 6
•••• Plow Side Harness
•••• Hose Assembly SAE 6
•••• Motor Solenoid
•••• Power Cable
•••• Motor Solenoid Ground Wire
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
08258
07650
13146
13147
15134
15636
22818
22823
22825
22826
1
1
2
1
2
1
3
1
1
1
•• Plow Parts Carton
••• Dual Compression Spring Ram
••• Cart Pivot Bracket
••• Cart Jack Bracket
••• Quart Meyer M-1 Hydraulic Fluid
••• Front Cover
••• Plow Cart Caster
••• Vehicle Side Harness
••• Vehicle Side Harness Extension
••• Auto Angling Controller
QTY. DESCRIPTION
Parts indented are included in the assembly under which
they are indented.
PARTS LIST
43
47
45
42
8
4
3
13
11
1 23
34
35
37
8
5
16
13
11
24
28
41 50
52
35
51
48
44
35
25
41
19
9
36
2
40
34
33
39 46
17
7
6
49
38
34
8
12
40
27
11
14
45
38
13
HOMEPLOW
AUTO ANGLING –
Hydraulic
32
10
15
28
16
17
PARTS LIST
HOMEPLOW
AUTO ANGLING –
Hydraulic Unit
18
ITEM
PART NO.
QTY. DESCRIPTION
13851
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
15101
15142
N/A
N/A
N/A
15143
15144
15145
15067
15146
15147
N/A
05028
N/A
05027
05026
1
1
2
1
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
HomePlow Auto Angling
Hydraulic Unit
• Base Assy.
• Pump Assy.
• 1/4 x 3/4” Dowel Pin
• Intermediate Shaft
• 1/4-20 x 1-1/4” Socket Head Cap Screw
• Filter Screen
• Poppet Assy.
• Street Elbow 3/8” NPT Black Pipe
• Suction Tube
• Return Tube
• Motor 12VDC
• Reservoir
• Hose Clamp 2-9/16” - 3-1/2”
• Reservoir Breather
• “S1” Cartridge Valve
• “S1” Coil
• Motor Solenoid Mounting Bracket
• Motor Solenoid
• 10-32 x 5/16” Torx Pan Head
• Motor Solenoid Ground Wire
• Power Cable 5”
PARTS LIST
HOMEPLOW –
Power Angling
ITEM
PART NO.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
26000
16610
13155
13095
13129
13130
13142
20027
20326
20352
20355
20420
22436
22816
22821
22845
09917
QTY. DESCRIPTION
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
3
3
3
2
2
4
4
4
1
HomePlow Power Angling
• HomePlow PAF/Lift Frame Power Angling
•• Lift Frame & Hydraulic Assy
••• A-Frame
••• Rear Cover
••• Lift Frame
••• Lift Arm
••• Bolt 5/16-18 x 1” Gr. 2
••• Lockwasher 5/16”
••• Flatwasher 5/16”
••• Flatwasher 1/2”
••• Cotter Pin 1/4” x 2”
••• Pin 1” x 3”
••• Pivot Pin 1/2” x 3”
••• Cover Fastener
••• Hair Pin 1/8” x 1- 5/16”
••• Plow Marker Kit
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
13854
22460
05816
05817
22824
22427
05029
05030
05026
1
5
1
1
1
3
1
1
1
••• Power Angling Hydraulic Unit
•••• 90 degree Elbow SAE 6
•••• Lift Cylinder 1” x 6” SAE 6
•••• Dual Acting Angle Cylinder
•••• Plow Side Harness
•••• Hose Assembly SAE 6
•••• Motor Solenoid
•••• Power Cable 9”
•••• Power Cable 5”
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
08263
13146
13147
15134
15636
22818
22823
22825
22827
1
2
1
2
1
3
1
1
1
•• Plow Parts Carton
••• Cart Pivot Bracket
••• Cart Jack Bracket
••• Quart Meyer M-1 Hydraulic Fluid
••• Front Cover
••• Plow Cart Caster
••• Vehicle Side Harness
••• Vehicle Side Harness Extension
••• Power Angling Controller
ITEM
PART NO.
QTY. DESCRIPTION
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
08264
11101
20152
20355
21984
22083
20309
22816
22845
20307
22821
1
1
1
6
3
1
1
2
2
3
4
••• Mounting Hardware Bag
•••• Hinge Pin
•••• Bolt 5/8-11 x 5” Gr. 5
••••Flatwasher 1/2”
•••• Hairpin Cotter
•••• Lynch Pin
•••• Locknut 5/8-11
•••• Pivot Pin 1/2” x 3”
•••• Hair Pin 1/8” x 1- 5/16”
•••• Locknut 1/2-13
•••• Cover Fastener
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
09325
09124
09323
12978
13110
13125
20307
20357
20385
21943
22720
1
2
1
2
1
1
6
2
2
6
2
•• HP-6’8”Moldboard & Pivot Assembly
••• Eye Bolt Kit
••• Cutting Edge
••• Trip Spring
••• Pivot Bar
••• HP-6’8” Moldboard
••• Locknut 1/2-13
••• Flatwasher 5/8”
••• Cotter Pin 1/8” x 1-1/4”
••• Bolt 1/2-13 x 1-3/4” Gr. 5
••• Pivot Pin 5/8 x 7”
Parts indented are included in the assembly under which
they are indented.
19
PARTS LIST
HOME PLOW–
Power Angling
42
46
41
27
8
4
16
13
34
8
13
11
6
8
5
11
20
34
1 18
45
37
35
25
40
20
9
36
2
48
34
33
32
10
40
24
16
13
44
39 38
17
7
12
39
14
20
38
11
3
44
20
15
16
28
28
49
35
51
50
47
43
PARTS LIST
HOMEPLOW
POWER ANGLING –
Hydraulic Unit
ITEM
PART NO.
QTY. DESCRIPTION
13848
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
15145
15067
15148
15149
15146
15150
05029
15144
N/A
15143
N/A
N/A
N/A
05026
N/A
N/A
N/A
15101
N/A
05030
1
1
4
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
HomePlow Power Angling
Hydraulic Unit
• Base Assy.
• Pump Assy.
• 1/4-20 x 1-1/4” Socket Head Cap Screw
• 1/4 x 3/4” Dowel Pin
• Intermediate Shaft
• Hose Clamp 2-9/16” - 3-1/2”
• Reservoir Breather
• Check Valve Cartridge
• “S2” Cartridge Valve
• “S1” Cartridge Valve
• “S1” & “S2” Coil
• Motor Solenoid
• Reservoir
• Orifice Plug
• Motor 12VDC
• Motor Solenoid Mounting Bracket
• Motor Solenoid Mounting Plate
• 10-24 x 3/8” Self Tapping Screw
• Power Cable 5”
• Return Tube
• Street Elbow 3/8” NPT Black Pipe
• Suction Tube
• Filter Screen
• 10-32 x 7/16” Hex/Washer Screw
• Power Cable 9”
21
PARTS LIST
HOMEPLOW
AUTO ANGLING –
Wireless
ITEM
QTY. DESCRIPTION
HomePlow Auto Angling
w/ Linear Actuator
24000
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
22
PART NO.
13204
13095
15651
13201
13142
20355
20420
21257
22436
22816
22845
22887
08293
21984
22820
22888
22893
22891
22894
07650
13300
13146
22818
1
1
1
1
1
3
2
6
2
3
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
• Lift Frame & Linear Actuator
•• A-Frame
•• Linear Actuator Cover
•• Lift Frame
•• Lift Arm
•• Flatwasher 1/2”
•• Cotter Pin 1/4” x 2”
•• Flatwasher 1/2”
•• Pin 1” x 3”
•• Pivot Pin 1/2” x 3”
•• Hair Pin 1/8” x 1- 5/16”
•• Electric Actuator
• Plow Parts Carton
•• Hairpin Cotter
•• Fixed Angle Pin
• Electric Actuator Harness
•• Remote Control Kit
••• Remote Controller
••• Remote Control Receiver
• Dual Compression Spring Ram
• Cart Wheel Assy Pivot Bar
•• Cart Pivot Bracket
•• Plow Cart Caster
ITEM
20
19
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
PART NO.
13301
13147
22818
09917
11101
20152
20355
21984
22845
20309
22816
22083
09325
09124
09323
12978
13110
13125
20307
20357
20385
21943
22720
QTY. DESCRIPTION
1
1
1
1
1
1
6
3
2
1
2
1
1
2
1
2
1
1
6
2
2
6
2
• Cart Wheel Assy Pivot Bar
•• Cart Jack Bracket
•• Plow Cart Caster
• Plow Marker Kit
• Hinge Pin
• Bolt 5/8-11 x 5” Gr. 5
• Flatwasher 1/2”
• Hairpin Cotter
• Hair Pin 1/8” x 1-5/16”
• Locknut 5/8-11
• Pivot Pin 1/2” x 3”
• Lynch Pin
• HP-6’8” Moldboard & Pivot Assembly
•• Eye Bolt Kit
•• Cutting Edge
•• Trip Spring
•• Pivot Bar
•• HP-6’8” Moldboard
•• Locknut 1/2-13
•• Flatwasher 5/8”
•• Cotter Pin 1/8” x 1-1/4”
•• Bolt 1/2-13 x 1-3/4” Gr. 5
•• Pivot Pin 5/8 x 7”
Parts indented are included in the assembly under which
they are indented.
PARTS LIST
30
34
HOMEPLOW
AUTO ANGLING –
Wireless
32
21
32
28
5
26
10
4
9
3
26
24
5
10
9
36
28
24
23
24
1 17
13
11
12
27
5
10
2
20
33
37
18
39
38
25
35
19
31
15
25
9
14
6
29
22
16
Black Wire
19
8
Red Wire
G
NE
S
PO
RY
TE
T
BA
23
Steel Cutting Edge (standard equipment)
Rubber Cutting Edge Kit
Polyurethane Cutting Edge Kit
Manufactured with specially hardened steel to meet
the demands of a tough environment. Replacement
cutting edges are sold as complete kits including
attaching hardware and edge.
Part #08278
The HomePlow’s rubber cutting edge is designed to
clean the driveway without engaging the pavement
with steel. Also helps eliminate noise while providing
maximum protection to the surface. Cutting edge
is reversible to extend life, once a side is worn.
Sold as a complete kit.
Part #08265
The HomePlow’s polyurethane cutting edge is
designed to clean the driveway without engaging
the pavement with steel. It provides the rigidity
of steel edges, and the noise reduction of rubber
edges, all while protecting sensitive surfaces.
The polyurethane cutting edge is pre-drilled
ready for installation. Sold as a complete kit.
Part #08266
HomePlow Poly Snow Deflector
HomePlow Snow Shoes
HomePlow Replacement Caster Wheels
Made of pliable poly, the HomePlow deflector keeps
snow flume down and away from the windshield
and accentuates the snow rolling action of the plow.
It comes pre-drilled ready for installation. Sold
as complete kits and come ready-to-install with
hardware bag and steel mounting belt.
Part #08267
Allows you to set the scrapping height of the cutting
edge. Perfect for plowing gravel driveways/lots or
other ground sensitive surfaces. Bolt-on shoe for easy
installation. Rotates 360 degrees to eliminate hang-ups
or catching of unwanted objects. Home Includes all
mounting hardware for easy installation.
Part #08271 (2 per set)
Come fully assembled ready to install. Pins on to the
pivot bar for easy, quick installation. Sold individually
per each (1) and include all mounting hardware for
easy installation.
Part #13300 (1 ea.) - Pivot Bar Caster
Part #13301 (1 ea.) - Lift Frame Caster
ACC E S S O R I E S
24
Replacement Plow Markers
Driveway Markers
HomePlow Controller CCradle
dll M
Mountt
45 Degree Cradle Adapter
t
Allow the operator to see the edge of their plow
from the cab providing maximum visibility for
increased performance and safety. Markers are
pre-drilled to fit the moldboard, no drilling is
necessary. Includes all mounting hardware and
instructions for easy do-it-yourself installation.
Part #08852 (2 per set)
HomePlow Driveway Markers are 4’ long, made of sturdy
¼” fiberglass to withstand winter elements. Designed
of highly reflective florescent orange along with a
specialized reflective tape make them highly visible
during a storm or after.
Part #03240 Bundle of 100
Part #03242 Insertion Tool
The unique design allows the hand-held controller
to snap into place docking the unit in a safe and
useful position. It mounts virtually anywhere
on the dashboard or with the Floor Mount (sold
separately). Comes with mounting hardware for
an easy do-it-yourself install.
Part #22798
Positions your controller in a more convenient
location depending on the mount location you
desire. Works with the HomePlow controller
and mounts conveniently to the dashboard
with heavy duty grip tape or screws. Comes
with mounting hardware and tape for an easy
do-it-yourself install.
Part #22815
Floor Mount
HomePlow Quick Link Lock
The Big Yellow Box
HomePlow Hotshot
Articulating mount provides maximum
ximu
mum
m ergonomic
ergo
er
goono
flexibility to mount the controller close to the
operator. Moves virtually wherever the operator
desires. The unit mounts conveniently to the
floorboard. Comes with mounting hardware
for an easy do-it-yourself install.
Part #08271 - 10 “ Floor Mount
Part #08271 - 20 “ Floor Mount
Prevents your valuable HomePlow from theft.
3” locking pin replaces existing pin or bolt, works
on all 2” Category 3, receiver hitches. Quick
disconnect/connect design. Includes keys (2)
and instructions for quick & easy installation.
Part #07695C
The perfect companion for your fall, spring, summer
and winter needs. Features 8 cubic feet of storage and
is made of double walled polymer that is virtually
indestructible. Perfect for storing: Sand/Salt, Power
Tools, Sports equipment, Pool supplies and tools or
garbage. 32”W x 23”D x 30”H. No assembly required.
Part #32403
An economical professional grade walk-behind
spreader. Features a rust-proof polyethylene hopper,
durable carbon steel frame and convenient flow
controller. Delivers a 10’ spread of salt or any free
flowing granular material. A custom fit see-through
hopper cover keeps material inside dry.
Part # 38115
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THE HOMEPLOW SNOW PLOW LIMITED WARRANTY EFFECTIVE May 1, 2010
The HomePlow, warrants to the original purchaser of HomePlow brand products that they will be free from defects in materials or
workmanship for a period of one year from date of purchase to only the original owner.
This warranty does not cover:
• Problems caused by failure to follow the product instructions, failure to maintain the product as described in the Operator’s Manual,
or failure to maintain proper levels of lubricants;
• Problems caused by contamination or restriction of lubricant systems, or damage resulting from rust, corrosion, freezing or
overheating;
• Paint, or expendable snow plow parts such as pins, wheels, cutting edges, chrome plating and springs;
• Damage to any vehicle to which the products are mounted;
• Damage caused by usage that is not in accordance with product instructions, usage in an commercial or heavy duty environment
(use of the snow plow for any purpose other than plowing snow is considered misuse and abuse);
• Any snow plow, or any part which has been modified or altered;
• Problems caused by using accessories, parts, or components not supplied by The HomePlow,
• Cost of tax, freight, transportation or storage charges, environmental charges, solvents, sealants, lubricants or any other normal
shop supplies.
• Problems caused by collision, fire, theft, vandalism, riot, explosion, lightning, earthquake, windstorm, hail, water, flood, or any
other Acts of God;
• Liability for damage to property, or injury to, or death of any person arising out of the operation, maintenance or use of the covered
product;
• Products with missing or altered serial numbers;
The HomePlow will repair any product that proves to be defective in materials or workmanship. In the event repair is not possible
or practical (as determined by The HomePlow in its sole discretion), The HomePlow will either replace the product with a new product
of similar model and price, or refund the full purchase price, as determined by The HomePlow.
Customer must keep the HomePlow System serviced/maintained as recommended by The HomePlow. A written record of service must
be maintained, along with receipts for maintenance materials purchased. A copy of the maintenance record and pertinent receipts
may be requested in the event of a claim.
THE HOMEPLOW
18513 Euclid Avenue
Cleveland, Ohio 44112
800- 412-PLOW (7569)
www.thehomeplow.com
In order to obtain service under this warranty,
the original purchaser must:
• Return the claimed defective part to any authorized The HomePlow Dealer,
transportation and freight charges prepaid. Only The HomePlow Dealers
are authorized to perform the obligations under this warranty. For the
address and telephone number of The HomePlow Dealer nearest you, check
the telephone directory, go to www.thehomeplow.com, write us
at the address to the left, or call (800) 412-PLOW (7569) for assistance;
• Provide maintenance record and receipts for required maintenance,
if requested;
• Allow inspection of damaged parts and/or HomePlow System if deemed
necessary by The HomePlow.
• It is the responsibility of the original purchaser to establish the warranty
period by verifying the original delivery date. A bill of sale/sales receipt,
cancelled check or some other appropriate payment record may be kept for
that purpose.
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