We carry replacement parts, repair parts and accessories for 21 Husqvarna Leaf Blower models
Professional landscapers and homeowners alike depend on quality Husqvarna leaf blower parts to keep their equipment working dependably. One potential issue that could arise is when the leaf blower refuses to start. These three tips may help you to get the leaf blower running without having to seek out professional repair.
You may not need new leaf blower parts to get your Husqvarna leaf blower running. If you are using old gas, water accumulation may prevent the fuel from burning, which prevents the engine from starting as it should. Empty the tank, refill it with fresh gas and try starting it.
If fresh gas does not solve the problem, additional leaf blower troubleshooting may be necessary. Remove the spark plug by disconnecting the spark plug wire. Examine the spark plug, and if the electrodes have deposits or are corroded, replace the spark plug in your Husqvarna leaf blower.
If the compression is not working properly, you may need to replace the piston rings. Check the compression by removing the spark plug, covering the opening with your thumb and pulling the starting cord. If the piston rings are working properly, you should feel air pressure. If you do not feel air pressure, install new piston rings. You can also use an air pressure gauge if you want a more precise measurement.
Sears PartsDirect is proud to offer a massive selection of quality parts to keep your Husqvarna leaf blower running properly for many years to come. For more information on the leaf blower components you require and a list of options available to you, simply select your model from the list above, click the chat button or call 1-800-252-1698.