Official Ryobi parts

Ryobi manufactures power tools and outdoor landscaping equipment that's well-suited for use in both residential and commercial applications. With frequent use, it's no surprise that parts of these tools may become worn or broken. Here are some popular products and specific models that Ryobi produces.

Common Ryobi products and parts

  • Leaf blowers such as the 330B and the 340BV
  • Lawn edgers, including the LE720R
  • Power sanders like the BD4600 and the WDS1600
  • Walk-behind lawn mowers such as the RY40190-Y and RY40180-Y
  • Heat guns, including the AG-1200V
  • Power drills such as the WDP1850 and the EH-1930

Five parts in Ryobi tools that can break

Before servicing your tools or replacing parts, it's important to familiarize yourself with the owner's manual so that you understand each tool's specific information. Also, don't forget to disconnect the tools from their power source and wear proper eye protection while working on them.

  1. Dust bag—Most sanding tools come with a dust bag that collects sawdust and prevents it from filling the air during use. If the dust bag has a hole in it or doesn't fit securely onto the sander, it should be replaced.
  2. Carburetor—Gas-powered tools such as leaf blowers and line trimmers have a small carburetor. It mixes compressed fuel and air at a specific ratio, which provides combustion for the engine. A damaged carburetor may leak fuel or provide insufficient power and will need to be rebuilt or replaced.
  3. Motor brushes—The motor brushes are found on many battery-operated hand tools like a Ryobi angle grinder. They conduct electrical current between a rotating shaft and stationary wires to operate the tool. If the brushes become too worn down, they won't conduct current efficiently and will need to be replaced.
  4. Fuel line—Some gas-powered tools, like a Ryobi line trimmer, have a clear piece of tubing that connects the fuel tank to the carburetor. If it becomes brittle, it may crack and leak and may not connect securely to the carburetor. If this happens, it will need to be replaced.
  5. Heating element—The heating element in a heat gun provides the high temperature needed for operation. A burned-out element may work inefficiently and should be replaced with a new one.