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Craftsman Gas blowermodel #358794760

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fix a craftsman leaf blower

fix a craftsman leaf blower

Posted November 04, 2010


Joseph , November 04, 2010

i understand how important it is for you to have your leaf blower working properly especially in november with all of these leafs falling and i will be happy to help you. while you are waiting for an expert answer, i recommend you resubmit your question and include the model number of your leaf blower and more details about what is wrong with your leaf blower so that the expert will provide you with a more detailed answer. i did manage to find a link that will provide you with more information about your problem: http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20080920093655aat9cze. i hope my link is useful.

caiafaj, November 04, 2010

the model number 358.794760 ... i did a little more troubleshooting and found that gas wasn't getting through the carborator. i'm not sure why, but that seems to be the reason it's not starting. i took apart the carb and cleaned it out the best i could but still no luck. my next move is to a new carborator, but depending on the cost it may just make sense to buy a new blower.

Jimmy K , November 05, 2010

thanks for sending the model number and the added details of your troubleshooting.

i assume you put some starter fluid or gasoline mixture in the engine to see it run. if the engine starts when you put gas or starter fluid into the cylinder you know the carburetor is the problem.

be sure the gas in the tank is properly mixed with oil and is no more than 5 weeks old.

the part number of the carburetor for the blower is 545081857, and the cost is $25.35.

Carlos, August 02, 2011

i have a craftsman leaf blower that is not allowing the fuel to get into the primer bulb. there is also a part of something in the gas tank, though i do not know where it came from. could that thing be what is preventing me from getting the gas in or what? my serial number is 08154n200996

Jimmy K , August 04, 2011

the fuel filter is attached to a hose inside the gas tank. this might be the part you found. if the fuel filter came off the hose, the fuel lines probably need to be replaced. if a fuel line has a small hole in it, the primer will not fill with gas. i am sending you an image of the routing for the fuel lines on most blowers. if you have more questions, reply and include the model number of the blower. you can order parts and see a parts diagram for your blower by clicking "find parts" at the upper part of this page.


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