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Weed Eater 2560 Gutter Attachment Kit Parts

Weed Eater 2560 Gutter Attachment Kit

 Weed Eater 2560 Gutter Attachment Kit Parts

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 Fig # Part # Img Part Name Availability Price Qty
10530094426
Nozzle
Nozzle
Backorder:
No ETA.
$9.80
11530094518
Elbow
Elbow
Backorder:
No ETA.
$10.49
12530094425
Extension Tube
Extension Tube
Ships in 5 - 9 business days
$9.60
13530094424
Pivot Tube
Backorder:
No ETA.
$7.01
14952007397
Safety Glasses
Ships in 5 - 9 business days
$4.70
15530351416
Adapter
Note: For Electrics Only
Ships in 5 - 9 business days
$4.31
16530094850
Adapter-Electrics
Note: For Gas Units Only
Ships in 5 - 9 business days
$6.04
800952701715
Gutter Attachment Kit
Ships in 5 - 9 business days
$39.21

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Vincent Hoagland
Question: Switch

Vincent Hoagland

The switch on my 2560 is stuck in the low position. I can use it by plugging it into the extension cord and removing it when I am done. However, I often want the high blower rate and can't get it. Is there something I can do with the switch?
Fred
Question: Switch

Fred

I have a 2560 but don't know if it is a Type "1 2 3 or 4" how do I know which switch to order? It is a two speed blower.
Will
Reply: Switch

Will

I have a model 2560 electric leaf blower. It has two speeds. Sometimes the high speed will not work. Don't know if it is a 1, 2,or 3 series. Will need to order the right switch for my model.
claude
Question: Stopped

claude

I was blowing and the motor stopped. I have checked the electric connection and tried a different extension cord but still nothing.
Ray
Question: Impeller Replacement

Ray

I'd like to order a new impeller, as mine has two broken blades. I took the unit apart but can not figure out how to disassemble the impeller from the motor assembly. Any suggestions?
Mark
Reply: Impeller Replacement

Mark

Hi Ray,

The impeller is simply screwed onto the motor shaft. Secure the motor shaft, underneath the impeller, with a pair of pliers. Adjustable pliers work well. Now the impeller can be screwed off of the motor shaft. The new impeller is part # 530037183 and is available from http://www.ereplacementparts.com .

Good luck with your repair!

-Mark
Julie Owen
Question: How Does Bag Work

Julie Owen

I have been given a 2560 model but I do not know how to attach
the bag to make it suck up the leaves, can you explain please?
Ray
Reply: How Does Bag Work

Ray

Open the intake cover using a screwdriver to release the latch. Then connect the vacuum tube in that opening. Remove the blower tube and attach the bag in that opening using the Velcro to make it fit snug.
fancyboxy