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Homelite UT-08580 26cc Blower

 Homelite UT-08580 26cc Blower Parts

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 Fig # Img Part Name Availability Price
A1Shoulder Harness Assembly
Part #: 901588001
In stock
20 available
 $10.35
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A2Backpack Frame
Part #: 518598001
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 $25.61
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A3
Mesh Backing
Part #: 901589001
Ships in 12 - 18 business days
 $8.01
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A4Throttle Cable Assembly
Part #: 270021004
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1 available
 $15.10
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A5Cable Clamp
Part #: 678561001
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2 available
 $0.99
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A6Nut
Part #: 678190002
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12 available
 $0.99
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A7
Lock Washer (1/4-20)
Part #: 3061
Ships in 12 - 18 business days
 $2.06
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A8Washer
Part #: 678186002
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 $0.99
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A9Rubber Av Isolator
Part #: 570546001
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 $2.99
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A10Frame Support
Part #: 518591001
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 $7.22
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A11Bottom Volute
Part #: 518575001
In stock
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 $6.13
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A12
Top Volute Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 518574001
Discontinued
N/A
A13
Starting Label
Part #: 940734021
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 $1.00
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A14Fuel Cap 2" Dia.
Part #: 300758006
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 $6.86
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A15Elbow Tube
Part #: 580819001
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 $4.36
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A16Bellows-Plastic Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 01772
Discontinued
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A17Hex Nut (M4)
Part #: 678435001
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 $3.99
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A18Wavy Washer
Part #: 678434002
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 $0.99
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A19Washer
Part #: 678434001
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 $3.99
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A20Choke Dial Cover
Part #: 518496001
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 $3.99
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A21Choke Label
Part #: 940647010
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 $0.99
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A22Spark Plug
Part #: 870174001
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 $5.80
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A23Logo Label
Part #: 940755005
Ships in 12 - 18 business days
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A24Throttle Control Handle
Part #: 308920001
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3 available
 $6.03
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A25
Small Clamp Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 48005003
Discontinued
N/A
A26Large Clamp
Part #: 348006002
In stock
4 available
 $2.99
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A27
Upper Tube Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: S02941
Discontinued
N/A
A28
Lower Tube Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: S02940
Discontinued
N/A
A29Wide Sweeper Nozzle
Part #: 580577001
In stock
5 available
 $3.99
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A30
Cable Tie
Part #: P04568
Ships in 12 - 18 business days
 $2.06
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A31Screw-Thread Form. (#10 X 3/4")
Part #: 82563
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18 available
 $0.99
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A33Washer-Flat
Part #: 650016001
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 $2.99
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A34Fan
Part #: 518581001
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10 available
 $7.00
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A35Crankshaft Spacer
Part #: 638091005
Ships in 12 - 18 business days
 $1.30
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A36Screw (10-14 X 26.99 Mm)
Part #: 660674002
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 $0.99
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A37Screw (M4 X 77.5 Mm)
Part #: 660970004
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 $0.99
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A38Trigger Lock Spring
Part #: 678542001
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 $0.99
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A39Switch Momentary Assy
Part #: 760700001
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 $3.99
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A40Throttle Lock
Part #: 518595001
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 $0.99
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A41Trigger
Part #: 518577001
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A42Nozzle
Part #: 580504001
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 $3.99
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A43Operator'S Manual (960705001) Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 987000057
Discontinued
N/A

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1267242
Question: Gas Line Forut08580a

mitclanew

need new lines
WJA
Reply: Gas Line Forut08580a

WJA

Hello 1267242,

The closest parts diagram I can up for a UT08580A is a Homelite UT08580 26cc Blower. The fuel lines are included with the 308675007 Fuel Tank, it includes the lines, cap and fuel filter. Hopefully this is the same as yours. Take a look at the parts diagram and compare it to yours.

-WJA
1182168
Question: Piston For A Backpack Blower

1182168

I have looked and looked and i can't find a piston and conecting rod for a modle UT08580a backpack blower can you help me please?
963445
Question: Homelite Blower

963445

I have a homelite blower That runs great on half choke only any ideas on the problem i have.I have cleaned the carburator twice now,cleaned the 2 screens under the primer bulb plate. All the gaskets look fine,I have replaced the fuel line,but not the filter.
Slolearner
Reply: Homelite Blower

Slolearner

Same problem. Runs on half choke. Just ordered carb rebuild kit and associated gaskets, and new fuel filter. Will post how it runs after I finish the repairs.
Ethan_Olfree
Reply: Homelite Blower

Ethan_Olfree

- Make sure throttle cable has no slack
- Use Pacman carb tool (eBay) to adjust screws
ShotOut
Reply: Homelite Blower

ShotOut

Hi Guys, If you dont have the special adjusting TOOL, you can use a small plastic 22 gauge automotive type wire connector. I like the female spade terminal. Tap the round end over the mixture screw on the carb and stick a flat blade screwdriver into the female spade end. works good...To get the thing to run OFF CHOKE...try turning the LOW speed mixture screw counterclockwise about 1/8 of a turn.
Running it 1/2 choked tells us it is starving for fuel. It is running way too lean (too much air and not enough fuel). If the carb is functioning properly, fine tuning it with the mixture screws should fix it.CHECK YOUR FUEL FILTERS and the little strainer screen filter under the pump cover of the carb for debris.
Again, I hope this info helps others...as I see the Original Post is quite old!
Bill
Question: Won

Bill

I am getting weak, weak fire to the spark plug but no fuel. Plenty of fuel in the tank, but it will not get to the combustion chamber. Naturally, I primed it before trying to start engine. I squirted a little gumout into the combustion chamber and then tried to start. Still would not hit. HELP!
Ethan_Olfree
Reply: Won

Ethan_Olfree

- use eye drop plunger and squirt gas in cyl. then start it

- if fuel still d problem carb has a clog in its ports
ShotOut
Reply: Won

ShotOut

Hi Bill, Weak spark may be the coil is going bad or the air-gap is out of adjustment on the coil legs. No fuel COULD be a clogged fuel filter, or a clogged fuel strainer screen inside the carburetor. It is located UNDER the fuel pump cover side of the carb. That cover has 1 or 2 larger screws holding it on. The metering diaphragm cover is on the opposite end and has either 2 or 4 smaller screws holding it on.
I hope this helps OTHERS with similar problems, as I see the Original Post is quite old!
Bob
Question: Choke Adjust

Bob

My carb. needs adjusting, but it takes a special wrench to do so. Where do I get one?
1052688
Reply: Choke Adjust

1052688

Make sure throttle cable is adjusted properly - no slack.

Need a Pacman screw driver (eBay) to adjust both carb screws.

Guarantee something but not everything can be fixed!
Ethan_Olfree
Reply: Choke Adjust

Ethan_Olfree

- Pacman carb tool - eBay
ShotOut
Reply: Choke Adjust

ShotOut

For any of those who CARE. These little 2 stroke engines utilize small diaphragm carburetors. Most all of them are made by ZAMA, WALBRO, or RUIING. The RUIING is very much like the Zama and I think manufactured at the same facility in China. Anyway, all these carbs have small Low and High speed mixture screws. The problem is there are 4 different types of screw HEADS used. They are: 1. SPLINED
2. PAC MAN 3. D-SHAPED 4. DOUBLE D-SHAPED
Ern
Question: Starter Rope

Ern

How do you change the starter rope? I can't get to it.
Rob
Reply: Starter Rope

Rob

I'm having the same problem. I hope somebody out there responds to our problem.
Jerry
Question: Piston

Jerry

How do you remove the piston to check the ring?
mike
Question: Gas Tank

mike

I HAVE A HOMELITE 26CC MIGHTY LIGHT BACKPACK BLOWER AND THE GAS TANK HAS A LEAK AT THE MIDDLE SCREW. I DON'T SEE A PART NUMBER FOR THE GAS TANK. ANY IDEAS?
Mark
Reply: Gas Tank

Mark

Hi Mike,

The fuel tank is item #23 on page B of teh parts diagram. The part number of the tank is #308675011 and is available from http://www.ereplacementparts.com.

Good luck with your repair!

-Mark

jb
Question: Homelite Blower 26cc

jb

Finding a lot of gas in muffler. When I try to start it seems if it is flooded. Let sit for a while, pull spark plug and spray starting fluid on plug it fires up for about 5 sec. Will not fire up after that, only with starter fluid.
Mark
Reply: Homelite Blower 26cc

Mark

Hi jb,

It sounds to me like your blower is just severely flooded. When an engine becomes so flooded that there is gas coming out of the exhaust it will require some attention to clear it out.

To clear the cylinder and exhaust start by removing the spark plug. Using compressed air from an air compressor blow any fuel off of the spark plug. Now using a nozzle that fits snugly into the spark plug hole on the cylinder, blow air into the cylinder. As you blow the air, slowly pull on the starter rope. Pulling on the starter rope will raise and lower the piston ensuring that the entire cylinder is cleared. Continue to blow air until there is no more fuel coming out of the muffler. Inspect the spark plug. Make sure it is not corroded or covered with carbon. If the plug looks worn or dirt replace it. Reconnect the spark plug boot. The blower should now be ready to start.

Turn on the ignition. Pump the primer bulb about 10 times, until fuel begins to flow through it. Set the choke lever to the choked position. Now attempt to start the blower. Pull on the rope until the engine attempts to start but immediately dies. Now adjust the choke lever to the run position. Pull on the starter rope until the engines starts and runs.

To avoid flooding the engine when starting; don't move the choke lever to the run position until the engine has attempted to fire. After the engine does fire and die, be sure to move the choke lever to the run position and leave it there. If you attempt to start the engine with the choke lever in the choked position after the engine has initially fired and died it will immediately flood the engine. A trick when trying to start a hard starting engine is to hold the throttle open whenever you are pulling the starter rope, the engine will fire easier.

If non of the above solves the problem and the engine continues to flood then there is likely a problem with the carburetor or the ignition.

I hope this helps with your repair!

-Mark
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