We carry replacement parts, repair parts and accessories for 11 Toro Leaf Blower models
People who take pride in their yards and professional landscapers alike trust in their Toro leaf blowers to make quick work of clearing away grass clippings and wrangling errant leaves in the fall. But when this key piece of equipment starts leaking gas, it becomes inconvenient and potentially dangerous to operate. Try these troubleshooting tips if your leaf blower springs a leak to get you back to work in no time.
Sometimes small leaks in your leaf blower are just indicative of the need to perform routine maintenance. Before moving on to larger issues, consult your owner's manual to find out the recommended maintenance for your model. This usually involves replacing leaf blower parts, such as the fuel filter, spark plug and air filter.
The next step in leaf blower troubleshooting is checking the machine's fuel lines for brittleness and damage. These key components carry fuel from the tank to the carburetor and from the primer bulb to the fuel system. Before replacing worn or damaged parts, snap a picture of the original configuration, so you can reinstall the new fuel lines in the same fashion.
The carburetor is the leaf blower component that mixes air and fuel in the proper ratio to combust and power the engine. Sometimes this part can be repaired by taking it apart and cleaning each individual component with carburetor cleaner. Though this part can be rebuilt when portions are damaged or worn, it's often more cost-effective to purchase a kit to replace the entire thing.
Sears PartsDirect stocks all the Toro leaf blower repair and maintenance parts you need to keep your machine in top-notch operating condition. For help finding the parts for your maintenance needs, choose your model from the list above, click the chat button, or call 1-800-252-1698.