Question about Echo Power Blower Leaf Blower Pb200
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Make sure the fuel tank cap inlet valve is working properly, this will allow a vapor lock if it is not. Then check the fuel line in tank to make sure the pickup filter is not hung up in tank thereby allowing the fuel to get below the pickup. Also check the fuel line for holes. You can also try toro.com customer care, manuals and parts, type in model no. then get owners manual and see if in troubleshooting section it list this problem.
Posted on Apr 06, 2009
SOURCE: Need to replace fuel filter
Fuel filter is located inside the fuel tank. You have to make a hook out of about 10" of stiff wire (wire coat hanger works perfect) Hook end should be about 1/2" wide. Remove the fuel cap, insert the wire hook and snag the fuel supply tube with the filter attached to the end. Pull it back through the fuel filler opening, replace the filter and reinsert.
Posted on Apr 15, 2009
SOURCE: echo gas leaf blower bog down
Likely dirt in high speed needle valve(H); could be leaky fuel line(air leaking in), plugged fuel filter, pinched fuel line, etc - anything restricting flow of fuel. Likely, you aggravated an existing problem by cleaning the air filter which would have been providing some choke effect if it were partially plugged.
Posted on Sep 24, 2009
sounds like u have a carb problem,ether theres debris stuck in needle valve needle is stuck open or the check valve diaphram is bad.take carb off on one side there is a plate with 4 screws remove then agasket and diaphram remove them some times they stick to carb so use a razor blade to go underneth diaphram all around from center youll see a metal see saw with a pin going through if u push on center it will lift needle valve on other side make sure it goes all the way down or remove by removing screw that holds pin in and blow out with air lightly may blow seat out after that on other side of carb take other plate off by center screw that diaphram has 2 little flaps check valves make sure they are limber and not wrinkled or bent if so u can get new ones at good mower shop or parts supply hope this helps
Posted on Aug 08, 2010
The carburetor could be dirty and need a good cleaning and you could first remove the fuel pump cover (cover without the vent hole) to the carburetor and look for the small, round, fine-mesh screen. Sometimes it gets covered with dirt and debris and has to be cleaned as it allows the fuel to flow into the metering side of the carburetor.
Posted on Dec 06, 2010
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