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Homelite UT-08520 26cc Blower Parts

Homelite UT-08520 26cc Blower

 Homelite UT-08520 26cc Blower Parts

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 Fig # Part # Img Part Name Availability Price Qty
A1940752001
Logo Label
Logo Label
Ships in 8 - 12 business days
$0.84
A2940647012
Choke Label
Ships in 8 - 12 business days
$0.84
A3308680001
Fuel Cap
Fuel Cap
In stock
1 available
$4.49
A4678435001
Hex Nut (M4)
Hex Nut (M4)
In stock
3 available
$0.84
A5678434002
Wavy Washer
Wavy Washer
In stock
2 available
$0.84
A6678434001
Washer
Washer
In stock
1 available
$0.84
A7518496001
Choke Dial Cover
Choke Dial Cover
Ships in 8 - 12 business days
$1.86
A8940734015
Starting Label
Starting Label
Ships in 8 - 12 business days
$0.84
A9518538001
Top Volute
Top Volute
Ships in 8 - 12 business days
$8.27
A10518540001
Upper Nozzle
Upper Nozzle
Ships in 8 - 12 business days
$4.88
A112537
INST. DECAL
Ships in 8 - 12 business days
$7.31
A12660970004
Screw (M4 X 77.5 Mm)
Screw (M4 X 77.5 Mm)
Ships in 8 - 12 business days
$0.84
A13678126005
Washer
Washer
Ships in 8 - 12 business days
$0.84
A14518265003
Fan
Fan
Ships in 8 - 12 business days
$4.82
A15650016001
Washer-Flat
Washer-Flat
Ships in 8 - 12 business days
$0.84
Fig #Part #ImgPart NameAvailabilityPrice
A17518539001
Bottom Volute
Bottom Volute
Ships in 8 - 12 business days
$7.89
A1882563
Screw-Thread Form. (#10 X 3/4")
Screw-Thread Form. (#10 X 3/4")
Ships in 8 - 12 business days
$0.84
A19518543001
Volute Plate
Volute Plate
Ships in 8 - 12 business days
$1.17
A2082632
Screw, Truss Hd.
Screw, Truss Hd.
Ships in 8 - 12 business days
$0.84
A21518537001
Handle
Handle
Ships in 8 - 12 business days
$16.59
A22870174001
Spark Plug
Spark Plug
In stock
20 available
$5.69
A23987000046
Operator's Manual (960477001)
Operator's Manual (960477001)
Backorder:
No ETA.
$2.21

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Broken Part
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Repair Difficulty:
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Time Spent Repairing:
15-30 minutes
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Entry Date:2013-10-15 15:24:54
5 of 7 customers found these instructions helpful
Fan broke
Make sure unit is cooled down. Remove spark plug. Remove lower housing or flute. This will expose the fan. To remove the fan you have to keep the engine from turning. put a piece of rope in the spark plug hole,leave some hanging out so you can remove it when done. Turn the fan counter clockwise until the piston pushes up against the rope. Remove the fan using a socket,a deep well socket will work best. Install new fan as you tighten the nut it will turn the fan clockwise until the piston is stopped by the rope. this will allow you to get the fan nut completely tight. Now turn the fan counter clockwise approximately 1/2 turn,this will allow the piston to move down so you can remove the rope. Replace the lower housing making sure all screws are tight.Replace spark plug and start unit to check operation.
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Please help with direction to replace spring for pull rope start system on Homelite Mighty Mite handheld blower UT)8520 thanks
WJA
Reply: Replace Pull Start Spring Homeli...

WJA

Hello clark64,

We have prepared an article and video on How to Fix the Starter on a Ryobi Trimmer I know it is not exactly the same set up as on the Homelite blower, but hopefully it will give you and idea on how to repair yours. There is one other option available to you. You can order the part number 308889001 Lower Housing With Starter Assembly, which has the complete assembly already to bolt on your machine.

-WJA
primerbulb120
Reply: Replace Pull Start Spring Homeli...

primerbulb120

Take off any covers over the impeller and grab the impeller with a vice-grips to hold it in place while unscrewing the nut holding it on. Loosen any screws behind it any any others holding the powerhead to the blower. Then you should just be able to pull off the starter pulley to get to the spring. Replace your starter rope while you are there! These instructions may not be exact as I have never worked on a Homelite MightyLite blower, but I have worked on the Weed Eater FL1500 which is very similar. Good luck!
stewie
Question: Ryobi Fly Wheel

stewie

do the fly wheel use a key way to keep it in correct place on crank shaft or is key way made on to fly wheel and can ware down as to let fly wheel slip.
ShotOut
Reply: Ryobi Fly Wheel

ShotOut

Hi Stewie On all the Ryobis I have worked on, the KEY can wear down and cause slippage. I have only SEEN that on an Echo trimmer however. If memory serves me right, (and sometimes it DOES not). Ryobis have the key as part of the cast flywheel. There is not a key per se like you would install on a lawnmower engine's flywheel. They do wear however and another factor is that the integrated magnets weaken. Again, recalling from memory, the little key is part of the flywheel body itself and fits in the slot near the end of the crank.
stewie
Reply: Ryobi Fly Wheel

stewie

yes looking at fly wheel, it's wore down. when I try putting fly wheel on shaft it slips. I belivie that why it was hard to start, and starter rope felt jerky and rough when putting cord.
ShotOut
Reply: Ryobi Fly Wheel

ShotOut

Sorry to hear that. That baby times your engine and just a LITTLE slippage will put it out of time enough NOT to start, or it will sometimes be in the correct position and START and many other times, never start at all. Wise of you to pinpoint this mechancial problem as MOST folks always blame performance problems on the carburetor. They do act up and if you need help with small engine carb, just ask!
ShotOut
Reply: Ryobi Fly Wheel

ShotOut

You may be able to get a decent used flywheel replacement on eBay as a NEW one is really expensive. There are MANY used reliable parts on eBay and I highly recommend it. Get the correct part number for your bad flywheel and start huntin'.
ShotOut
Reply: Ryobi Fly Wheel

ShotOut

Stewie Dont forget the correct air gap between the legs of the coil and the magnets in the flywheel is about the thickness of a regular business card (.010")
stewie
Reply: Ryobi Fly Wheel

stewie

thanks a lot for the help and information, I will look on ebay.
ShotOut
Reply: Ryobi Fly Wheel

ShotOut

You are quite welcome. It has been my pleasure to help. Good luck with it and post back for more help!
Thom3170
Question: Replacement

Thom3170

how to install the Spring & Container for a Homelite blower?
patbalansi
Question: Broken Part

patbalansi

The broken part in my homelite "mighty lite" 26b blower is the primer bulb. Gasoline leaks out of the bulb whenever I press it because the bulb is torn. Is the primer bulb the same as "starting label"
WJA
Reply: Broken Part

WJA

Hello patbalansi,

The primer bulb is part of the carburetor that pushes fuel into the carburetor. On this model, because of the low cost of the 308028007 carburetor. The manufacture does not supply individual parts for it. You would have to replace the complete carburetor. You may be able to go to a local small engine repair shop in your area to see if the can match up the primer bulb also.

Hope this helps,
-WJA
933551
Question: Ignition Module Test

933551

I have a Homelite blower, pulled out the spark plug cover, stuck in the screw driver and had someone pull the cord. I did not get shocked. Is my ignition module bad?
WJA
Reply: Ignition Module Test

WJA

Hello 933551,

The best way to test a spark plug is with a spark plug tester. You can purchase one at most small engine service centers or automotive parts stores. If you don't get a spark, then first try replacing the spark plug. If you still don't have a spark after that then you can try replacing the ignition module.

-WJA
1148185
Reply: Ignition Module Test

1148185

I am having similar issues with the p/n 300953003 module used on UT10514 chain saw and others. The local servicing dealer indicates this module is a common failure item. Have others seen this also?
WJA
Reply: Ignition Module Test

WJA

Hello 1148185,

We seem to always have the 300953003 Ignition coils in stock. So they will eventually go bad.

-WJA
mwp71467
Question: Carb Kit

mwp71467

Is there a carb diaphram gasket kit for carb #308028007 It is a homelite mighty lite 26b blower. Model number ut08520
1209843
Reply: Carb Kit

1209843

need a diaphram gasket #308028007 can i get one its for a 26v leaf blower
1209843
Reply: Carb Kit

1209843

[QUOTE=1209843;81920]need a diaphram gasket #308028007 can i get one its for a 26v leaf blower"
need asp
WJA
Reply: Carb Kit

WJA

Hello 1209843,

I think because of the low price of the 308028007 Carburetor. The manufacture does not supply a repair kit or a gasket/diaphragm kit for this unit.

-WJA
862456
Question: No Fire To Plug?

862456

I have a Homelite Mighty Lite 26b Leaf Blower I have replaced the Ignition Module and Spark plug it steel will not fire. need some help!
Tinkerdave
Reply: No Fire To Plug?

Tinkerdave

Hi, Make sure your grounding wire is disconnected and set your flywheel magnet to Ignition module clearence at .010.You can use a match book cover which is about that thickness and see if you now get any spark.Hope that helps.
Tinker
Are the fuel lines and primer bulb different sizes that store replacements? What size are the fuel lines?
Jack
Question: Fuel Pump Bulb

Jack

I can't find a part number for the fuel pump bulb. Do I have to replace the carburetor to get a new fuel pump (primer) bulb. This part is one of the first to fail. Seems like it should be designed to be replaced. Will the motor start and run with the fuel pump bulb broken ? T Y
Jack
wardo
Question: Recoil Cord

wardo

How do you recoil the cord when replacing it in the Homelite UT-08520?
Fred
Question: Pull Cord

Fred

The pull cord does dot retract after you pull it to try and start. What part do I need to repair it?
hector
Question: Part

hector

Do you sell the nylon cord that starts the blower?
fancyboxy