We carry replacement parts, repair parts and accessories for 249 Craftsman Leaf Blower models
Your Craftsman leaf blower makes lawn cleanup fast and easy, saving you many hours over the course a year and keeping your landscape looking beautiful. However, if you find your leaf blower isn't starting, it's time to do some simple troubleshooting. Here are some tips to help you get your leaf blower functioning properly again.
If old gasoline sits in a leaf blower's fuel tank for an extended period of time, it can accumulate water and, as a result, cause problems when you try to start the machine. Change the gasoline each time you use the leaf blower to encourage easy starting.
Your leaf blower needs regular preventative maintenance to stay in top-notch condition, especially if it has been waiting patiently all winter for use. Sears PartsDirect can provide you with vital leaf blower parts such as air filters, fuel filters and spark plugs. Make sure to change the spark plug whenever you notice any corrosion on the part.
If you find your leaf blower sputtering when you try to start it as part of your leaf blower troubleshooting, the mixture of air and gasoline may be incorrect. You can choose to rebuild or replace the carburetor, which controls that crucial mixture. Rebuilding kits are available and contain all the needed parts; you can also take the simpler route and just replace the faulty carburetor.
Sears PartsDirect carries a wide selection of maintenance and repair parts for your Craftsman leaf blower. Once you have determined the reason your leaf blower isn't starting, choose your model from the list above, click the chat button, or call 1-800-252-1698.