4 Common Reasons Why Your Leaf Blower Leaking Gas
Leaf blower leaking gas? This blog provides information on how to troubleshoot a leaf blower and the most likely defective parts associated with this problem.
If your leaf blower is leaking gas, here are the top 4 most probable causes.
Fuel lines carry fuel to the carburetor. Over time, they can become weak, cracked or even break. Inspect the fuel lines and replace them if damaged.
The carburetor mixes air and fuel at the proper ratio to allow the engine to run smoothly. Remove the carburetor and inspect it for damage or wear. If there are worn or damaged components, you will need to replace them.
Inspect around the scenes for any cracks and replace if you find signs of cracking or wear.
The primer bulb is used to pump fuel into the carburetor, making it easier to start. Over time, the bulb can wear out from using constant exposure to fuel.
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