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How to clean leaf blower carburetor
Working the carburetor on a leaf blower is to combine gas and air to make a fuel mixture and control the engine speed.
Check your blade blower for a dirty carburetor if you notice the leaf blower does not start or lack of power.
Cleaning your carburetor from the leaf blower is not difficult but requires dismantling part of the engine. Pay close attention to how each part sits on the leaf blower while you are taking it apart. This will make it easier to put them all together.
- Place the blower on a flat surface. Open the air filter cover by pressing the button near the handle. Remove the air filter. You will now see the carburetor cover.
- Use an Allen wrench to remove the carburetor cap screws. Take the leaf blower cover. The carburetor is now exposed.
- Loosen the gas cap so there will be no pressure in the gas pipes towards the carburetor. Remove the gas lines from the carburetor and carburetor in a cloth, with the red bulb facing up.
- Remove the two screws from the top of the carburetor. Set aside the top. Carburetor cover upside down and remove the two screws securing the bottom. Set aside the bottom. Take the diaphragm from the bottom of the carburetor. The diaphragm must be flexible. If it is not, replace it with a new one.
- Insert the supplied straw tip into a carburetor cleaner can. Place the straw tip into each carburetor hole and some inside spray cleaner. Clean the carburetor with a clean cloth. Clean some of the entire exteriors of the carburetor and clean it with a rag. Set aside the carburetor to dry.
- Clean the top and bottom of the carburetor with the vacuum cleaner and clean. Repeat this process with the diaphragm as well. Fix these pieces aside to dry in the air.
- Place the carburetor cap back into the carburetor and secure with screws. Place the flat membrane on the bottom of the carburetor. Place the back of the carburetor over the diaphragm and secure with screws.
- Fit the gas lines back into the carburetor and push the carburetor into the blade blower. Place the cover removed in step 2 above the carburetor and use an Allen wrench to tighten the bolts.
- Insert the new air filter into the blade blower. Replace the air filter cover on the side of the leaf blower and push it in until it snaps into place.