We carry replacement parts, repair parts and accessories for 3 Snapper Leaf Blower models
Leaf blowers make cleanup after yard work much faster as they allow more work to be done in a shorter time than raking. The value a leaf blower adds in saved time and effort makes it imperative that you keep your blower in good shape throughout its operational life. Periodically replacing Snapper leaf blower parts to control excessive vibration or to stop a gas leak can help keep your leaf blower up and running.
Begin your inspection of potentially malfunctioning leaf blower parts with the fan blade. More than any other piece, an off-center or bent fan blade is likely to be responsible for vibration during the blower's operation. The fan blade is attached directly to the motor's rotating shaft by a centrally located bolt, which makes it relatively easy to remove for inspection.
The smell of gasoline, or visible dripping of fuel, is a common sign that the blower's fuel line has come loose or cracked with age. This line carries fuel from the blower's tank to the motor, and it is vulnerable to damage with age. Start your leaf blower troubleshooting with a visual inspection of the line for obvious signs of wear.
A leaf blower's carburetor mixes fuel with air to drive combustion in the engine's chamber. Clogged, or otherwise damaged, carburetors produce a range of symptoms, from shaking and sputtering to the smell of leaking gas and even the inability to start.
Sears PartsDirect carries a large inventory of Snapper leaf blower parts to keep your leaf blower running properly. To find the right parts for your leaf blower, choose your model from the list above, click the chat button, or call 1-800-252-1698.