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Gas is leaking from the leaf blower.

Gas is leaking from our Echo leaf blower.

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    Echo back pack leaf blower gas tank leaking where can I have this fixed

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Unless the tank has been cracked, it has to be one of the following: Broken lines, split primer bulb, unsealed fuel cap, bowl gasket of carb. I would start with the lines and bulb since they are the ones usually at fault..Good luck...Lee

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