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* Handheld units are the most popular. Available in gas- or electric-powered versions, they're portable and convenient, yet powerful. These models can get heavy while using. Larger models can also vibrate a bit at full throttle. Consider the weight and balance of the unit when shopping. * Backpack leaf blowers are gas-powered. The blower fits in a harness that's worn on the operator's back. The hose reaches to the front where the user operates the throttle and blow or vacuum tube. Backpack blowers are normally used in larger areas. * Walk Behind leaf blowers cover the most acreage. Mounted on wheels, these gas-powered machines are normally the tool of choice for commercial users, but for regular homeowners, they can make short work of a home lawn. Vacuum units use a hose for picking up debris.

Toro Super... | Answered on Jul 10, 2018


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the problem will be diaphragms hard and not working properly

Toro Garden | Answered on Jul 09, 2018


Jul 10, 2008 ... All Weed Eater brand gas trimmers require that oil be added to the gas in a ratio of 40:1,
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Toro Garden | Answered on Jul 06, 2018


where do I find a spool for a toro electric trimmer part number106-6016

Toro 13" Corded... | Answered on Jul 03, 2018


Remove cutting deck Jack it up get under and start tightening .

Toro Garden | Answered on Jul 01, 2018


The gas is leaking through the carb float when sitting and filling up your crank. Drain it well and fill the oil back up. i installed a shut off valve and a shorter fuel filter on mine. In your case just don't leave gas in it for long.

Toro Garden | Answered on Jun 29, 2018


I am sorry to have to tell you this but the things with small engines and fairly cheap things are not made to be repaired by the ordinary person and it costs too much to take them to an expert.

Toro Electric... | Answered on Jun 28, 2018


The primer bulb clips into the housing with two lugs. Easiest way is to gain access to trhe rear of the housing and squeeze the lugs together to remove the assembly, but if you can't do that, see if you can get to one of the lugs with a screwdriver and gently push it out. If the lug breaks, no problem, as you're about to replace it.

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Take acreful note of which line goes where. There are two lines and they must go back on in the same place. The blub assembly can only go in one way, so this makes it easy.

Toro Garden | Answered on Jun 21, 2018

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