4 Cycle Blower/Vac
I have tried for an hour, it wont start. It wa runnign fine last night, has fresh gas, but stinks of gas now
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Try replacing the spark plug.
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First remove and reinsert the battery to ensure that it`s seated properly in the Blower. If this doesn`t work, check the battery charge level by pushing the battery indicator button. If the battery is low, stop and charge the battery before use.
A clogged fuel filter is most commonly caused by leaving fuel in the leaf blower for a long period of time. Over time, some of the ingredients in the fuel may evaporate, leaving behind a thicker, stickier substance. This sticky fuel can clog up the fuel filter and prevent the engine from starting.
Problems include dirty filters, broken wires, poor voltage supply and faulty limit switch or capacitor. You can test your limit switch with a multimeter, and clean the blower motor`s wire coils. If this doesn`t work, you may need to replace your furnace blower motor.
Check to ensure that there is fresh, clean fuel in the fuel tank. Also check the fuel filter, because a clogged fuel filter will prevent the engine from obtaining adequate fuel supply. Check the air filter to ensure that it is not clogged or dirty.
Spark plug fires and ignites the compressed air/fuel mixture just before the end of the compression (i.e., previous) stroke. This ignition/combustion forces the piston down the cylinder bore and rotates the crankshaft, propelling the vehicle forward.
The blades (A) transport, accelerate and compress the air on the momentum principle. The air is dragged by the blades in this case. A vacuum is created at the suction end (B) this way. The compressed air (exhaust air) escapes through the outlet opening (C).
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The engine misfires or runs rough. The engine starts, but stalls shortly after. There is a noticeable increase in fuel consumption during normal equipment use. The spark plug itself appears damaged or corroded with carbon build-up or rust.
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I recently tuned up my blower. It starts great but if I turn it off Nd try to restart it it floods and will not start until I let it sit for awhile.
If the engine is warm and you shut it down, leave the choke off, lower the revs and start it. (when the choke is wide open you are using the fresh air coming in to dry the spark plugs and prevent flooding). If the motor is already flooded use that procedure to dry the plugs, then go back to full choke until it tries to start and quits again, then use half choke and pull one more time… works all the time.
Started PB620-ST yesterday with some difficulty. However, ran until fuel empty. Refueled today, but will not start. Spark at plug ok. Fuel flowing, but seems to overflow into air filter compartment. Does not seem to “fire” at all.
Sounds like your flooding the engine; I did the same thing. Wait a while to let the gas drain back to the tank. Use your primer bulb once and your choke for only ONE pull; then shut off the choke. Pull start without the choke 2-3 times and it should start.
My echo pb-2100 gas blower has no spark and wont start whats anyone has an idea whats the problem
No spark sounds like the coil, but check the connections and any corrossion in the wires
Poulan gas blower 30 c back pack blower ran fine stoped will not start no spark
Check switch is bad if not coil bad if not getting spark
I have a Toro 51598 electric leaf blower. Last year a breaker in the electrical box tripped and the blower naturally stopped. But, the episode seemed to have damaged the variable-air-flow-dial which on the blower – it was either on or off, nothing inbetween worked. This year, after some solid hours of operation, it just stopped working regardless of where where the variable-air-flow-dial was set. It is worth replacing that variable-air-flow-dial and some related components, or is there likely something else wrong with it? The bushings seem fine.
These machines are considered “disposable” items and most service centers won’t even repair them, saying that it is not “cost effective.” I have never come across a parts list for one other than maybe the plastic housing on them (they may exist), but costwise you may be better off getting another tool unless the Toro is still under warranty.
Fuel lines split hoe to rerplace – Craftsman 4 Cycle Blower/Vac
Hi Rick…Hope this is what your looking forBud
I am not getting a spark
No spark can be a bad switch *(need to go in and unplug it from the ignition module and retest) or your ignition module has given up the ghost.
Get a t-handle set and go online and look up the parts. A module might cost more than a new unit….I think we both know what that means! Be safe and good luck!
Want run unless choke remains on – Stihl Bg72 Leaf Blower Intake
Probably fuel starvation.Wrong fuel air mix settings on the carb. Damaged carb diaphragm.