Question about Ryobi Backpack Blower 25.4cc
I pull the cord but it will not start, i have tried to clean the exhaust and a new spark plug but it will not even try to start,my arm is broken from trying to pull so many times i just want my blower to run!! please help me
Ok that's half the battle. Probably the easiest thing to do is to clean the carb. So I would get some carb cleaner and using the little tube that comes with it spray into the high and low ports on the carb. Then spray in the outlet side of the carb.
Ps. Remove the little black and white caps and turn the screws on each while counting the number of turns to close (this way when you put the screws back in then all you have to do is count the turns to put them back at the factory settings). Now remove the screws and gently put the tube in each port and spray.
Also you may as well clean the filter with soap and water and let it dry. Once the filter dries take some fresh oil and drop a couple of drops on the filter and make sure it's has a small amount of oil in it.
Let me know how things go! Good luck!
Posted on Jul 16, 2009
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