Slush overloading Snowblowers possibly temperature related

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It seems that a majority of the issues occurring (including my own) is the snow blowers not responding after a few uses in SLUSH. That being said has anyone tries bringing in the blowers inside to bring up to room temperature? I personally brought mine into my boiler room, nice and warm, and an hour later the not working issues disappeared.  I 100% agree that it's unacceptable that a SNOW blower can't handle the cold, but at least if warming them up fixes the issue, ego can note it and maybe fix a fault in the temperature sensors. In my case it simply flashed amber lights stating overload, yet it had zero resistance so it didn't make sense. Again I brought it inside, left it in my boiler room for an hour or so and it came back to life. Now i'm not sure if it's temperature related or maybe the heat dried up a component that got wet inside that shouldn't have, but either way as a technician my job is to try different solutions until I find one that works, not complain about them until someone else fixes it. Let's work together maybe we can find a solution that helps everyone instead of slamming ego with calls and emails for the same issue. 
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