Question about Ryobi Ry09050 26cc 200mph Gas Handheld Leaf Blower/vac
When pulling start cord, the engine will not start. Tried to clean the plug & starter fluid, but still won't start. there is gas in the primer "bubble."
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If the engine is sticky ie harder to pull it might have to be pulled apart new piston and honing of cylinder. not difficult just a pain. If it doesn't seem any harder to pull, Drain all of the unmixed fuel. Put a few drops of 2cylinder oil in the spark plug hole and pull the starter a few times with the plug out of it. Put a few more drops in repeat. Replace the plug (new plug) Put in mixed fuel prime the system cross your fingers and it should start up for you.
Posted on May 12, 2009
Try running the machine with the gas cap loose. There could be pressure builiding up in the system due to the cap being too tight. There is no vent on these systems like an automobile. If the gas cap is overtightened this could be your problem as the cap is equipped with a gasket that allows the vapor to vent through the cap. Overtightening could be sealing off your vent
Posted on Jun 06, 2009
You can download the manual at www.managemyhome.com. I have the Ryobi 720r and the sparkplug is a champion RDJ7Y.
Posted on Jul 13, 2009
I have had this exact same problem with the same model after just one hours use.
Returned it a week later and after 2 months the replacement did the same thing.
Returned that one and got a third. A week later that ones doing the same thing again after only an hour or so use.
Obviously some defect in them.
I'll be getting my money back and visiting the local mower center to get their help rather than doing the guess work my self and ending up with a dodgy model
Posted on Dec 24, 2009
SOURCE: what is the gas oil
Most Ryobi products made in the past 5 years use a 50:1 fuel mix. Check the fuel cap to see if it is listed there. The older Ryobi product used a 32: 1 fuel mix ratio and it was usually listed on the sticker that shows you how to work the choke. If in doubt, go with the 32:1 ratio. The only thing it will cause is premature fouling of the spark plug. Too little oil in the mix will cause premature engine wear.
50:1 is 2.6 ounces of 2 cycle mix to each gallon (U.S.) of gasoline.
32:1 is 4.0 ounces of 2 cycle mix per gallon.
I recommend to use a 2 cycle mix that is specifically designed for lawn equipment and contains fuel stabilizer. The ones with stabilizer will usually be .5 ounces larger.
Posted on Nov 30, 2010
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