You may want to check your 620368001 drive shaft, it should be square at both ends where it connects. If that is not it. It may be something worn inside the 220029001 Gear box assembly. Unfortunately the manufacture does not supply internal parts for the gear box.
I'm in need for a Ryobi Gas tank, I replaced the primer bulb only to find out that that the lines inside the fuel tank were rotted. So I really need a fuel tank, can anyone help me, I have a Ryobi Cultivator-Tiller model # RY60511A. Thank you for any help you can give me. Carmen
I had to fix this for a freind, Nice unit just cheaply made.......thet could not get the cultivator to start I found the the fuel line was broken in side of gas tank.....this could be the issue with the others
I purchased the product two years ago from HOME DEpot. There is no place locally that sells any replacement parts. Sereval repair shops had been unsuccessful in finding parts also. The product was originally produced for Homelite is all that I have able to learn. I am now unable to use the product and will have to order a two dollar part from a plant in Ohio and pay a shipping charge that is outrageous!! Where is the justice for the consumers? I would probably never purchase another Ryobi product. Thank you.
I agree with you. his is an awesome product Ive had mine since 2006 and it has never failed me. I did not use it for two years and left the gas in it. When I pulled it out it started right up.
I agree. The cultivator works great when I could start it. Mine is a Y2006 model and now it won't start. I've tried everything including taking the miniture carburator apart, cleaning it, and still won't start. I have replaced the spark plug (new) and have a spark. I have only used it about 3-4 times (at the beginning of the vegetable growing season) and now it appears to be useless. I would not recommend this unit.
I have the sam problem with mine but I have discoverd the problem. I could get mine to idle at times but it would die when you try to throttle up. You can take the carb apart and everything will LOOK fine but it is the diaphram that leaks. Clean it with carb cleaner and dry it off. Place a few drops of cleaner or fuel on the innerside, keeping it flat then look on the underside. where you see wetness its a big leak and wont pump right. I am trying to find out if a guy can buy just the reeds and diaphram without having to buy the $52 carb assy?