Question about Ryobi Ry08570 Backpack Blower Engine 300749003 640570016
I believe that you are experiencing static electricity build up. As air passes through the blower, it creates a static charge. These normally bleed off over time.
When the air is dry, the electrons can hang around on your body for a long time, charging you up to thousands of volts. That can last until you touch something that can conduct them away, like a doorknob or your significant other.
You are not the first to experience this phenomenon.
Posted on Apr 20, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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