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I need the model number, but most likely a Zama.
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Homelite blowers are designed for unleaded automotive gasoline with an octane rating of at least 87.
Help protect your 2-Cycle gas outdoor power equipment with the Homelite 2-Cycle oil. This oil is a 50:1 gas-to-oil ratio.
This machine is shipped without oil: therefore, you MUST fill the engine with oil before starting the engine. Failure to do so will result in engine damage which will not be covered by warranty. Fill with a 40:1 ratio of semi-synthetic 2 stroke oil and fresh unleaded petrol.
The recommended 50-to-1 fuel mixture includes 2.6 ounces of a high-quality, two-cycle oil with added fuel stabilizers and 1 gallon of unleaded 87-octane gas. Homelite recommends using their brand of oils, specifically designed to work in any model with a 50-to-1 fuel ratio.
The stoichiometric mixture for a gasoline engine is the ideal ratio of air to fuel that burns all fuel with no excess air. For gasoline fuel, the stoichiometric air–fuel mixture is about 14.7:1 i.e. for every one gram of fuel, 14.7 grams of air are required.
Most STIHL gasoline-powered equipment runs on a 50:1 mixture of gasoline and 2-cycle engine oil.
What is the right gas-oil mix for leaf blower? The right gas to oil ratio will depend on your backpack leaf blower. Usually, a two-cycle engine uses a 50:1 or 40:1 2 stroke oil to gas ratio. But to know the exact measurements of the oil and gas you need to mix, it is best to go and check your owner`s manual.
Specs: Engine: 42cc two-cycle. Powerhead Weight: 9.8 lbs.
The trimmer requires premixing gasoline and 2-cycle oil in a 50:1 ratio. While any automotive gasoline is appropriate to use, an unleaded gasoline without alcohol may produce the best results. Homelite recommends operators use Homelite 2-cycle oil.
Add 2.6 ounces of 50-to-1 ratio 2-cycle engine oil to a fuel container. Add 1 gallon of gasoline to the container, place the top on the container and shake to mix. Pour the mix into the fuel tank on the trimmer.
If the proper precautions are taken, however, gasoline containing a 10% quantity of ethanol can safely be used in your STIHL products. Use a minimum of 89 octane gasoline and always use fresh fuel. Only buy enough gasoline that you can easily use up within a two- month period.
The Homelite BP250 back pac blower has a foam air filter. It uses a mix of engine oil and gasoline (50:1 ratio) for fuel. The exact mix is 2.6 oz. of two-cycle engine oil per one gallon of gasoline.
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What brand of carb is installed on the unit? – Homelite Consumer Products Backpack Blower/Vac, Carb
I need the model number, but most likely a Zama.
CRANK ROPE IS IN A BIND OR STUCK – Homelite Consumer Products Backpack Blower/Vac, Carb
We have a Homelite 26cc UT08580A and the pull rope has come out. It looks like the knot came loose. How do you get into it to re-attach the rope?
Homelite backpack blower bogs down with load – Homelite Consumer Products Backpack Blower/Vac, Carb
I can not start blower ppb430vs old 2 years
My primer bulb cracked, can I replace it? – Homelite Consumer Products Backpack Blower/Vac, Carb
Yes, in fact event he DIY centers have parts like that available off the shelf or ACE Hardware. You will need the specific model number to ensure you get the right part or bring the old part with you.
My backpack blower is idling rough. When i engage to full throttle it cuts off. Sometimes it runs completly fine. The noise goes from quiet to loud that back to quiet and shuts off. Not sure what this is. Maybe a carb adjustment???
Dirty Fuel (or water in the fuel)
Possible diaphragm failure inside the carb
MY homelite BP-240 backpack blower will not run with out the assist of starting fluid. First I tried to start it with just pushing the gas primer bulb. after no success I just sprayed start fluid . It will run continus if I keep spraying( just 1 pull to start ). what can I do to repair it!
Dont spray starting fluid in there to start it has to have a gas oil mix for the piston to have lubrication it will scar or burn the piston and cylinder wall check the fuel lines to see if they need replaced and the fuel filter also the priming buld to for cracks etc.
My 2008 chevy trailblazer doesnt want to start when I fill up with gas
My backpacker blower starts and runs fine at low speed, but stalls out at higher speed.
Try adjusting the the high low jets or may need a carb kit