Where is the serial number on the snow blower?

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I am trying to register my new purchase. It is the model SNT2102, which I got from the Home Depot receipt. However, I can't find the serial number on the blower itself. Any help?
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The SN is on the back on the EGO label just above the axle.
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Jennifer, when registering the snow blower, there's only one field for the battery serial number but it comes with two batteries.  How do they want the second battery serial number entered for registration?
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Bump.  Should we just register the second battery as a standalone?
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Here's a link to a picture of the location of the snow blower serial number.  http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/0262/2513/t/18/assets/serial-number-SNT2100.jpg?5893315980360847175
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That link is dead.
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Thank you, I went nuts trying to find it.
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Glad it helped Tom
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Kelson and Wrog, it is our understanding that the serial numbers for the 2 batteries that come with the snow blower are exactly the same.  Please check and see.  If so, entering one in the that battery serial number box will be sufficient.  We will know that you have 2 batteries as ALL snow blowers that come in a kit come with 2 batteries.
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Thanks Jennifer, I'll check when I get home.
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This seems highly unusual. I can't begin to list the issues this could cause down the road with warranty or post-warranty service issues. Why on earth would you not serialize the batteries separately?!
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The battery numbers are almost identical, but one of mine ends in A, the other ends in B. I would assume typing in the numerals only on the warranty form would cover both.
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Ah, that makes a bit more sense than both having identical serial numbers.
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I bet the 2 batteries are a matching set based on performance. Kind of like computer memory. Just a thought. Or to keep track visually which ones came with a snow blower or not.
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Sorry for the confusion. I forgot to mention the A and B on the battery serial numbers.  


When you register, just put the serial number itself in the battery's serial number box without the A & B.  


We're looking at redesigning our warranty registration process to better handle this kind of situation.
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I checked my batteries and they do have the same number with A/B at the end.