ALEKO G15244 Heavy Duty Cordless 36V Handheld Leaf Blower Sweeper With Battery And Charger
When the fall comes to the city the leafs begin to fall. Get yourselfready for cleaning your yard from unwanted leafs with this power tool.Lightweight and powerful it’ll clean all the leafs. And the best part isthat you don’t need to mess with annoying power cords anymore. Thisblower is battery powered and will work non stop for 60 minutes. Makeyour fall choir an easy job with this tool. TECHNICAL SPECS. Batteryvoltage and capacity: 36V, 3AH or 1.5AH. Max. Air speed: 150 miles perhour. Motor speed: Variable Noise level on high speed: 100 db. No-loadspeed: 15000 rounds per minute. Run time: approximately 20-60 minutes.Battery charge time: 1-2 hours.Net weight: 10.2 pounds. Overalldimensions: 31.7×9.9×13.4 inches. 36V/1.5AH rechargeable NiZn batteryand charger included. Benefits and Other Information: Instant and easyto start without pull cords. Completely mobile and cordless, excellentfor areas that are hard to reach or require finesse. No need for gas orextension cord. High output battery power provide gas-like performanceand extended running time. The battery power tools provide all-roundcomfortable operation condition of lean, much quieter, less vibration,no hazardous emission and avoid filling and spilling gas. 1 hour (or 2hour) fast energy efficiency charger. Specifications and Features:36V/1.5AH rechargeable NiZn battery provide enhanced power and enoughrun time. Variable speed motor offer high speed air up to 150 miles perhour. Extension tube helps increase reach and blower efficiency. Cleandebris and leaves from hard surfaces like patios, decks, walkways,driveways and garages.
How to Repair a Gas Leaf Blower
The inevitable wear of a leaf blower can cause problems; Fortunately, many of them are easy to repair. If you keep an eye on the condition of your leaf blower and deal with the problems before they get worse, you can save a lot of time and money.
Find the problem
- Find the cause of the problem. This may be obvious: If the cord breaks, then obviously that is your problem. But if you simply have a blower that does not start and nothing apparent to cause the problem, it’s time for a little research work.
- Check the starter mechanism. Is spring in place? Is the rope tightly wound? If nothing comes apart, then your starter will not run properly, and you will not be able to boot the machine.
- Inspect the spark plug. If it is old or appears blackened, or corroded, you can keep the fan starting.
- Inspect fuel line and fuel tank. If the cap on the fuel tank, cracked or not properly sealed, or if you have a leak in the fuel tank, lack of pressure on the fuel system will cause problems. Check the fuel line as well as cracks, leaks or stopping.
Solve the problem
Repair starter assembly by removing from blower body. You can take it to a repair shop that was rebuilt for a small load (usually less already removed), or you can repair yourself by buying a new spring rope and starter, install the spring and rewind the cable. Then screw the assembly in place on the fan.
- Replace spark plug by unscrewing old, brush away any debris and screw in a new spark plug.
- Replace the tank or line. This is the only way to repair leaks in the tank or line. Make sure you order the right part (not any tank will fit any blower) and the correct size of the fuel line (usually one of the smallest available). If you are not sure, call a repair shop and have the model and serial number of your machine useful. With this information, you can help find the right parts.