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20 in. 13 Amp Corded Electric Snow Blower
  • RYOBI
  • Model RYAC803
  • Internet #306919482
  • Store SO SKU #1003220143

20 in. 13 Amp Corded Electric Snow Blower

Discontinued Model:

Internet #205438860

Model # RYAC802

Store SO SKU #1000401397

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RYOBI Discontinued

20 in. 12 Amp Corded Electric Snow Blower

  • Directional chute adjusts 180 degrees
  • Clearing area of 20 in. W by 10 in. D
  • Fold-down handle for easier storage
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Product Overview

  • Directional chute adjusts 180 degrees
  • Clearing area of 20 in. W by 10 in. D
  • Fold-down handle for easier storage
With its powerful motor and 180-degree directional chute, the Ryobi 20 in. Electric Snow Blower takes the hassle out of snow removal. It features a 12 Amp motor, starts with the push of a button and is equipped with fold-down handle for easy storage. The Ryobi 20 in. Electric Snow Blower is guaranteed to deliver results for years to come, backed by the Ryobi 3-year Limited Warranty.
  • Powerful 12 Amp motor
  • Hassle-free push button starting
  • Adjustable discharge direction controls for ultimate control
  • Fold-down handle for easy storage
  • 20 in. clearing width and 10 in. clearing depth
  • 3-year limited warranty
  • California residents see Prop 65 WARNINGS

Product Overview

  • Directional chute adjusts 180 degrees
  • Clearing area of 20 in. W by 10 in. D
  • Fold-down handle for easier storage
Model #: RYAC802
Internet #: 205438860

With its powerful motor and 180-degree directional chute, the Ryobi 20 in. Electric Snow Blower takes the hassle out of snow removal. It features a 12 Amp motor, starts with the push of a button and is equipped with fold-down handle for easy storage. The Ryobi 20 in. Electric Snow Blower is guaranteed to deliver results for years to come, backed by the Ryobi 3-year Limited Warranty.

  • Powerful 12 Amp motor
  • Hassle-free push button starting
  • Adjustable discharge direction controls for ultimate control
  • Fold-down handle for easy storage
  • 20 in. clearing width and 10 in. clearing depth
  • 3-year limited warranty
  • California residents see Prop 65 WARNINGS

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Key Features

Product Overview
Key Features
  • Directional chute adjusts 180 degrees
  • Clearing area of 20 in. W by 10 in. D
  • Fold-down handle for easier storage
With its powerful motor and 180-degree directional chute, the Ryobi 20 in. Electric Snow Blower takes the hassle out of snow removal. It features a 12 Amp motor, starts with the push of a button and is equipped with fold-down handle for easy storage. The Ryobi 20 in. Electric Snow Blower is guaranteed to deliver results for years to come, backed by the Ryobi 3-year Limited Warranty.
  • Powerful 12 Amp motor
  • Hassle-free push button starting
  • Adjustable discharge direction controls for ultimate control
  • Fold-down handle for easy storage
  • 20 in. clearing width and 10 in. clearing depth
  • 3-year limited warranty
  • California residents see Prop 65 WARNINGS

Product Overview

  • Directional chute adjusts 180 degrees
  • Clearing area of 20 in. W by 10 in. D
  • Fold-down handle for easier storage
Model #: RYAC802
Internet #: 205438860

With its powerful motor and 180-degree directional chute, the Ryobi 20 in. Electric Snow Blower takes the hassle out of snow removal. It features a 12 Amp motor, starts with the push of a button and is equipped with fold-down handle for easy storage. The Ryobi 20 in. Electric Snow Blower is guaranteed to deliver results for years to come, backed by the Ryobi 3-year Limited Warranty.

  • Powerful 12 Amp motor
  • Hassle-free push button starting
  • Adjustable discharge direction controls for ultimate control
  • Fold-down handle for easy storage
  • 20 in. clearing width and 10 in. clearing depth
  • 3-year limited warranty
  • California residents see Prop 65 WARNINGS

Info & Guides

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Specifications

Dimensions

Assembled Depth (in.)
21.25 in
Assembled Height (in.)
23.25 in
Assembled Width (in.)
22.87 in
Auger Diameter (in.)
10
Clearing Width (In.)
20
Ideal Snow Depth (In.)
10
Intake Height (in.)
12
Maximum extension cord length (ft.)
150
Tire Height (in.)
6
Tire Width (in.)
2

Details

Amperage (amps)
12
Assembly Required
Yes
Auger Material
Plastic
Body Material
Plastic
Chute Material
Plastic
Chute Turning Radius (Degrees)
180
Clearing Surface Type
Paved
Engine Make
OEM Branded
Engine Torque (ft.-lb.)
0
Features
No Additional Features
Maximum Throwing Distance (ft.)
25
Minimum rated extension cord
14 gauge
Number of Forward Speeds
1
Number of Reverse Speeds
0
Pitch Control
Manual
Plowing Capacity (lbs/min)
400
Power Type
Electric
Product Weight (lb.)
46lb
Refurbished
No
Returnable
90-Day
Snow Equipment Product Type
Corded Electric Snow Blower
Start Type
Electric
Traction
Wheel Drive

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
CSA Listed
Manufacturer Warranty
3 year limited warranty

Specifications

Dimensions

Assembled Depth (in.)
21.25 in
Assembled Height (in.)
23.25 in
Assembled Width (in.)
22.87 in
Auger Diameter (in.)
10
Clearing Width (In.)
20
Ideal Snow Depth (In.)
10
Intake Height (in.)
12
Maximum extension cord length (ft.)
150
Tire Height (in.)
6
Tire Width (in.)
2

Details

Amperage (amps)
12
Assembly Required
Yes
Auger Material
Plastic
Body Material
Plastic
Chute Material
Plastic
Chute Turning Radius (Degrees)
180
Clearing Surface Type
Paved
Engine Make
OEM Branded
Engine Torque (ft.-lb.)
0
Features
No Additional Features
Maximum Throwing Distance (ft.)
25
Minimum rated extension cord
14 gauge
Number of Forward Speeds
1
Number of Reverse Speeds
0
Pitch Control
Manual
Plowing Capacity (lbs/min)
400
Power Type
Electric
Product Weight (lb.)
46lb
Refurbished
No
Returnable
90-Day
Snow Equipment Product Type
Corded Electric Snow Blower
Start Type
Electric
Traction
Wheel Drive

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
CSA Listed
Manufacturer Warranty
3 year limited warranty

Questions & Answers

Is this battery or Extension cord

Asked by: LSPOKANE
This is powered by household electric 110-120 VAC. yes, an extension cord is necessary. Recommend no less than 16AWG. Get one for the entire length you will be using the snow blower to avoid heartache.
Answered by: ExpHomeowner
Date published: 2018-01-23

What is the Auger made of, plastic or metal?

Asked by: Sam
The auger is plastic.
Answered by: CommunityAnswer
Date published: 2019-02-02

When it is really cold the chute sticks

I used my Electric snow blower today for the first time, it was very cold outside, the cute froze and I couldn't get it to move, anything I can do to stop this from happeneing?
Asked by: Penny
I keep a spray bottle full of windshield deicer handy. I spray around the base of the chute and the chute end of the direction handle before and after each use.
Answered by: Avon
Date published: 2019-02-18

How to start battery operated snow blower

Asked by: Nini
In my previous comments, I did answer the question about the show blower not being battery operated and it needs an extension cord plugged into an electrical outlet to work. While there may be snow blowers that use rechargeable batteries, I am not aware of any. I neglected to provide critical information on the extension cord and the outlet it would be plugged into. What you need to do to provide power to the show blower is you need to connect it to an extension cord that is rated for outdoor use. If you use one that is rated for only indoor use, there are a lot of potential problems using it outdoors. The snow blower uses 13 amps to operate. This means that you need an extension cord that is at least 14 gage, since that can carry 15 amps. A 12 gage extension cord would work as it can carry up to 20 amps. A 16 gage can not be used as it may only be able to carry 10 amps. You need to connect it to a standard 120 volt receptacle outlet. Most outlets are on a circuit that is protected by a fuse or circuit breaker that will trip if more than 15 amps flows through it. This means that it would be best if the receptacle you use is on a circuit by itself, or that any other things on that circuit are not operating. Some circuits are protected by a 20 amp fuse. You can identify these by testing which breaker covers that outlet. You can also tell by looking at the outlet and seeing the arrangement of the spots for the pins to plug into. A 15 amp outlet has 2 parallel straight holes (1 being bigger than the other) and a round hole for the third pin. On 20 amp outlets, one of the parallel holes will have a spot that is perpendicular to it (forming a T). It is better to have a GFCI outlet, as it provides additional protection from shock as it has its own breaker built in. You do need to make sure that the GFCI has not beed tripped if you can not get power from it. A 2 prong outlet can do, though you do not have the additional protection of a 3 prong outlet, or a GFCI outlet. It is usually easiest to plug into an outlet that is properly installed outside of any buildings, but one inside will also work if nothing else operating on that circuit. You need to use a single outdoor rated extension cord, rather than connecting 2 together, as this opens the potential of water and electricity mixing which can be serious. You also need to limit the length of the extension cord because you start to loose power as it gets longer. Typically, 100 feet will work, though one snow blower I saw said 50 feet, and another said 150 feet. A 12 gage cord will have less loss than a 14 gage, so it would be better if you have to go a long way, you should use a 12 gage. After you connect the snow blower to the proper extension cord and that is properly connected to an electrical outlet, it is now time to start it. There is a square shaped bracket that is connected to the handle and is spring loaded. When you pull that to the part of the bracket that you hold to push the blower, that will start the blower operating until you release it. To give people more control when using the snow blower, there is a button on the right side of the handle that needs to be depressed when you initially pull the bracket to the handle, to engage the motor. You do not need to use that until you stop and want to restart the snow blower.
Answered by: KAB
Date published: 2019-01-30
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Customer Reviews

20 in. 12 Amp Corded Electric Snow Blower is rated 4.1 out of 5 by 124.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great at the light snow Bought this because I wanted an easy, electric option to clearing my driveway. When the snow is light, this thing works like a champ. I have done snow as high as 14-18 inches, and no issues at all. But if the snow is super wet, it just dribbles out of the chute and doesn't go very far. Also, because it's electric, it runs on an extension cord so I am constantly moving that around, but it doesn't bother me. Lastly, the chute gets a little frozen in place after each use as I don't have a heated garage, but some tapping and it breaks loose. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2019-06-26
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Good for small projects - not overly durable I live on long island and used this snowblower for this winter. Overall an OK machine. Assembly was simple and easy. Its small and compact so can easily be stored. Pros: It handled up to ~7 inches of lighter snow without too much trouble. It was able to fight through some very wet snow as well although only ~3 inches. Generally throws the snow farther than I would expect for an electric snowblower and did a solid job of cutting close to the driveway for a pretty clean result. Cons: The construction of the machine is not very durable. If you are using for light snow and small areas it will likely stand up. However, I had issues of screws falling off (despite repeatly screwing them on tightly) and the housing for the snowblower is mostly plastic. The chute would have trouble staying pointing downwards to shoot lower when windy as it would often pop back up. If you live in the northeast and regularly get large snow storms I would recommend something more substantial. For lighter work and small areas this serves its purpose.
Date published: 2015-03-20
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Beware the plastic I bought this because of the price and electric versus gas. I was concerned that would not be sturdy enough for my environment, however I bought it knowing that if it was inadequate, I had 30 days to return it to Home Depot. I thought I might get by if I was careful with it. When I unpacked it, I was concerned about the amount of plastic in the housing. I ran it for about 5 min. with about 4" of light snow. It handled it without difficulty, and I was pleased (It was not throwing snow as far as stated ... probably 10' to 15' at the most), but it was doing the job. I apparently caught a piece of frozen dirt with the scoop that is on the bottom front of the blower that directs the snow into the auger, and there was a loud bang. I stopped it and discovered that the scoop was nothing more than 1/8" plastic, and a large piece had broken off. I would not suggest purchase of this unit unless you have a very SMOOTH surface to clean. Even a fairly cheap snow shovel will have a metal edge to cut through the snow. Beware that if you have a elevated edge of concrete, etc.. that this piece of plastic will catch and just your pushing the blower will probably cause this plastic edge to break.
Date published: 2015-01-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Plug in and GO!!! A must have for any house hold that gets snow. I gave away my big Craftsman Gas Snow blower and received this Electric snow blower. I will no longer be on my hands and knees adjusting carbs and checking oil levels. No maintenance required. I suggest buying a long and sturdy outdoor extension cable. Cord tends to get in the way often. I through the extension cord over my shoulder and works better. NY got blasted with a nice snow storm. It was wet and heavy. This blower actually did a decent job. Didnt throw it as far as it would if there was dry light snow. The wing nuts do get loose after a period of time. Make sure to tighten after every use. All in all i am very pleased with this Snow Blower.
Date published: 2014-12-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Better than Expected Living in Northern Virginia, I got one of these to deal with our occasional snows. Usually, they come in at 3-6" which is well within the range of the capabilities of this particular snow blower. I got this last year and was very pleased with the performance during our typical snow storms. In 2016, however, we've got Snowzilla, the DC area blizzard of 2016. It's still ongoing, but so far, this snowblower is keeping up. The secret is like the secret to eating an elephant - a little bit at a time. At this point, we've gotten snow totaling about 15-16" on the level ground without drifting taken into account. I've hit it three times with depths of 3", 6" and, after sleeping overnight, about 8" (it drifts back into the driveway/sidewalk). You may have to figure out how to use it right for your particular driveway and sidewalk - clear a space, then blow the snow into the cleared spot so you have a lesser amount to work with. It won't do the who 15-16" at once, but it will work its way through if you're patient and use it properly.
Date published: 2016-01-23
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great product It is strong and lightweight and easy to maneuver. It has a left to right, slightly up and down directional chute. Putting it together was an 8 out of 10. The metal rod that turns the blower chute should be stiffer and I had to make sure the nut and bolt stayed tight, I lost it once. And the blower's plastic chute could be harder/stiffer and it bound up when I turned it with the rod. Snow/slush builds up in the space above the blades and below the chute, so carry a rod to clean that area but this could be because we had wet snow this year. The blades did a good job of getting close to the pavement. I have a two car wide, two car long driveway and would have taken 3 or 4 times longer to shovel it.
Date published: 2015-03-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Pretty Good Little Snow Blower Living in northern Virginia, snow is an occasional nuisance. Once or twice a year, sometimes more, we'll get enough snow to make shoveling a real chore, but it doesn't snow often enough to make the $500 or more for a gas-powered snow blower look like a great deal. When I saw this online, I figured that at the price, it should be able to handle the snow amounts for our area with relative ease. Ordered it, got it delivered to the house. Assembly was easy, taking a few minutes to put together and the instructions were straightforward. After a few months of no real snow, I was beginning to think I wasn't going to get a chance to try it out. Have no fear, however, Mother Nature cooperated and dumped about six inches of light fluffy powder on our neighborhood yesterday and today. I woke up this morning, broke out the snow blower and heavy duty extension cord, and went right to work. I've got an average sized driveway (two cars wide, about three long if you go all the way to the street) plus sidewalks to clear and this little guy did a great job of getting it cleared in a minimal amount of time. Easy to push, throws snow effectively, and got the task completed with relative ease. Plus, in the summer time, I can free up a little space in the garage and move it into the basement storage room, since it's electric. It's not a heavy duty snow blower for use in places that get a lot of snow, but if you're tired of shoveling and live in an area that gets the occasional snowfall, this is a pretty good option to paying the neighbor kid to clear your driveway and sidewalks. If you can find one who likes to work, that is. Would definitely recommend, with those caveats.
Date published: 2015-02-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great little machine! I am an older woman and finally reached the age where hand shoveling isn't... Great little machine! I am an older woman and finally reached the age where hand shoveling isn't an option. This is perfect for me.. light weight, easy to handle and minimal maintenance required. Was a breeze to put together (even tho it's obvious a man wrote the confusing directions). I live in a corner property so I have a lot of sidewalk and a double driveway ... handled four inches of wet snow with ease. Perfect for paved areas.. if you have unpaved areas I think a bigger machine would be more useful for you... this is not meant for such. A note for those who expressed frustration with seating the plug.. it was designed that way on purpose to keep the plug from slipping out too easily. The secret is to put the plug in at an angle.. pushing the two plug prongs in first and then rocking the plug to seat the ground... that angle is how the plug stays seated and doesn't vibrate out.
Date published: 2018-01-17
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