DIY leaf blower repair
Gas leaf blowers speed up cleanup jobs around the yard. If your leaf blower is running rough, won't start, leaks gas or smokes, Sears PartsDirect can help you diagnose and fix the problem. Click on a leaf-blower symptom below to find out the most common repairs, and find step-by-step instructions in our leaf-blower repair guides.
Find out 6 easy steps to maintain your gas leaf blower, as well as how to prepare it for storage and answers to other commons questions on our articles page. To find the owner’s manual or a complete list of replacement parts for your leaf blower, search for your model number.
The carburetor could be the problem If the leaf blower engine won't start even though there's fuel in the tank. Follow these instructions to replace the carburetor.
The fuel lines on a leaf blower deteriorate with time and eventually can split or crack. You can remove and replace them yourself, following these instructions.
If the leaf blower engine won't start even though there's fuel in the tank, the carburetor could be the problem. Follow these instructions to rebuild it in less than 30 minutes.
Follow these easy steps to prepare you leaf blower for long-term storage.
Follow this advice for caring for your leaf blower.