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If you’ve noticed symptoms that are affecting the functionality or performance of your leaf blower, chances are you are here to find the answer and get it blowing leaves as it was made to do. Our list of common symptoms that affect leaf blowers and the likely parts you’ll need to repair or replace will have you up and running efficiently in no time.

Won't start
Reported 22% of the time
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If your blower will not start, check our repair and symptom guide to help you identify the problem and suggest which part to replace. Some parts that might need to be replaced are the fuel filter, ignition module, and carburetor. If you need specific repair instructions related to your model, refer to the manual provided by the manufacturer.
Leaks gas
Reported 19% of the time
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If your blower is leaking gas, there could be many parts that might need to be replaced. Some include the primer bulb, fuel filter, grommet, and vents. For a list of parts and repair help, follow our guide, and fix this common issue. Our repair information is a general guide to help you, but for more specific repair information related to your model, check your owner’s manual.
Hard to start
Reported 10% of the time
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If your blower is hard to start, you’re not alone, as this is a common problem reported by our customers. Refer to our symptom and repair guide to check which part should be replaced. It could be the lever, carburetor, primer bulb, or something else. Check the manual related to your model for more specific repair instructions. Our instructions are a general guide.
Blower hose won't stay attached
Reported 7% of the time
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Check the tubes of your blower if the hose does not stay attached. If your tubes are in good shape, then you might also need to replace the elbow, nozzles or clamps. This is a common symptom for blowers and our repair guide will help you identify the part you will need to fix this problem. This is a general guide for your repair; for more detailed information on your model, refer to the owner’s manual.
Engine will idle but dies at full throttle
Reported 7% of the time
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Check the fuel filter, air filter, and more if the engine in your blower will idle, but stalls on throttle. For a list of more parts and to better identify the problem with your blower, follow our repair guide. This is a general guide for your repair; for more detailed information on your model, refer to the owner’s manual.
Engine lacks power
Reported 6% of the time
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If your blower’s engine lacks power, check our symptom and repair guide to help you identify the problem. We will guide you in choosing the most appropriate part to replace, such as the cylinder, muffler, or air filter. This is a common symptom and you can have your engine working in no time. Check the manual related to your model for more specific repair instructions. Our instructions are a general guide.
Starter rope won't retract
Reported 5% of the time
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Our troubleshooting and repair guide can help you identify why your blower starter rope will not recoil. With our list of suggested parts, such as the pawls, connecting rod, and pulley, your blower will be working properly again. This is a general guide for your repair; for more detailed information on your model, refer to the owner’s manual.
Only runs with the choke on
Reported 3% of the time
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If your blower only runs with the choke on, you probably have an issue with your carburetor. Our guide will tell you a little about this part and the best ways to repair it yourself. Note: this is a general repair guide. Check the manual provided by your owner for more specific repair information related to your model.
Runs for a while then dies
Reported 3% of the time
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If the engine on your blower runs then dies, you might need to check the tank vent, ignition coil, or gas cap. Our repair guide can help you identify your problem and show you how to fix it with the right part. Our repair information is a general guide to help you, but for more specific repair information related to your model, check your owner’s manual.
Doesn't blow air
Reported 3% of the time
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If your blower is not blowing air, check the following parts in your appliance: the impeller nut, fan, and tubes. Our guide will help you identify the problem accurately and walk you through the repair process. This is a general guide for your repair; for more detailed information on your model, refer to the owner’s manual.
Vibrates excessively
Reported 3% of the time
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If the engine on your blower vibrates too much, there might be a problem with the impeller, retainer, isolator, cushion, or fan. For more guidance on the repair process and how to identify your problem, follow our repair guide. Note: this is a general repair guide. Check the manual provided by your owner for more specific repair information related to your model.
Starts but immediately dies
Reported 2% of the time
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If your engine starts then dies, you can use our troubleshooting and repair guide to help fix your problem. Some of the parts that should be checked are the air filter, fuel lines, and carburetor, and we can walk you through what these parts do and why they may have malfunctioned. Check the manual related to your model for more specific repair instructions. Our instructions are a general guide.
Starter rope pulls freely or little resistance
Reported 2% of the time
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If your blower rope pulls with little resistance, the springs, pulley, and other parts listed in our repair guide should be checked for problems. This will help you solve this symptom accurately and affordably. If you need specific repair instructions related to your model, refer to the manual provided by the manufacturer.
Engine RPM's surge up and down
Reported 1% of the time
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If your blower engine RMPs are surging up and down, then it is best to follow our repair guide to identify whether the gasket, insulator, or other parts need to be replaced. This is a rare symptom, but we can help accurately and efficiently fix this problem. Note: this is a general repair guide. Check the manual provided by your owner for more specific repair information related to your model.
Clicking or rubbing sound from blower fan
Reported 1% of the time
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If your blower fan is making a clicking, rubbing, or loud noise, you will need to check the following parts: the housing, washers, flywheel, or impeller nut. Our repair and symptom guide will help you better identify the part needed to be replaced and how. If you need specific repair instructions related to your model, refer to the manual provided by the manufacturer.
Can't turn engine off
Reported 1% of the time
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Not being able to turn off the engine is a relatively rare symptom, but one we can help you with. If this occurs, there are multiple parts to check, such as the harness, lever, rod, trigger, and more. Follow our repair guide to help you better identify and fix your problem accurately. Note: this is a general repair guide. Check the manual provided by your owner for more specific repair information related to your model.
Engine misfires
Reported 1% of the time
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Although engine misfires in blowers are among the rarer problems our customers experience, using our repair and troubleshooting guide can help you identify the issue and the part needed to be repaired, such as the boot or ignition coil. Our repair information is a general guide to help you, but for more specific repair information related to your model, check your owner’s manual.
Blows black smoke from exhaust
Reported 1% of the time
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If your blower is blowing blue smoke or black smoke from the exhaust, check the carburetor jet or air filter. This is a rare symptom, but can easily be repaired with our repair and troubleshooting guide. Check the manual related to your model for more specific repair instructions. Our instructions are a general guide.
Blows white smoke from exhaust
Reported 1% of the time
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Our repair guide will help you find the right part to replace or repair if your blower blows white smoke from the exhaust. Although this a rare repair, our experts recommend checking the cylinder and piston rings. We will help you fix this problem accurately and efficiently. Our repair information is a general guide to help you, but for more specific repair information related to your model, check your owner’s manual.
Engine RPM's too high
Reported 1% of the time
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If your blower engine RPMs are running high, you might need to check the fan, impeller, rod, or carburetor. Our repair guide will help you fix the problem with the right part. If you need specific repair instructions related to your model, refer to the manual provided by the manufacturer.
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