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Echo blower problems...HELP!

The motor basically died on me a month after the warranty expired so the dealer rebuilt the engine instead of giving me a brand new blower. I believe they replaced the seals, but i'm not sure what else they replaced. I brought it back to them in the spring and they replaced the carburetor. It still was running like **** so I brought it back again a few weeks ago and they said it needed another carb kit. So, this time I replaced it myself along with the plug and filters. It's hard to explain the problems I'm having. Usually, the high rev valve needs to be closed when the engine is cold. Then I have to open it up as the day goes on. However, some days the valve does not need to be adjusted at all. Then there are days when the blower will flat out not run at all and it won't stop bogging out. It's not a consistent problem. The only consistent thing is that it will not run wide open and I feel like something is holding it back. I thought it might be a fuel mixture problem, but I run several other trimmers and blowers on the same 2 cycle mix. I confused at this point. Any ideas??
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Troubleshooting and Repair Solutions for My Echo PB-413H backpack Leaf Blower

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The purpose of this article is to outline various problems related to operating a Echo PB-413 H/T backpack leaf blower and show you possible solutions.

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  1. Engine does not start – soft pop, false start sound
  2. Engine starts, and quickly dies
  3. Engine starts, dies when throttle is applied
  4. Engine starts, only with starter fluid
  5. Engine starts, for few minutes then dies
  6. Engine starts, stalls at high power / speed
  7. Engine starts, only if primer bulb is pumped
  8. Engine starts, bogs down/dies at full throttle
  9. Engine starts, power is lacking
  10. Engine starts, runs only on full choke
  11. Engine starts, RPM fluctuates on its own
  12. Engine starts, runs rough
  13. Engine starts, and runs well when cold; when choke is open, idle becomes rough
  14. Pullcord is stuck
  15. Fuel mixture in the air filter housing / siphons gas into air filter

ENGINE DOES NOT START – SOFT POP OR FALSE START SOUND

PROBABLE CAUSE:Flooded engine.

  • Starter rope was pulled several times while the choke was in the closed “COLD” position and the engine did not start;
  • If you heard a faint engine pop or false start then the engine is most likely flooded;
  • To un-flood the engine, make sure the choke is down in the “RUN” position;
  • Set the throttle to max speed (orange lever should be pushed all the way down towards the rabbit sign);
  • Pull the starter rope several times until the engine starts;

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ENGINE STARTS – QUICKLY DIES

PROBABLE CAUSE:Collapsing fuel line(s), damaged diaphragm(s) or fuel lines reversed.

  • Gently squeeze the fuel supply and return lines to confirm that they are firm with no soft spots, cracks, kinks or holes;
  • Verify that fuel lines are connected properly (i.e. a fuel supply line is larger in diameter than the return line)
  • Replace spark plug, gas filter and air filter;
  • Replace the fuel lines;
  • If the problem is not resolved, rebuild the carburetor using an appropriate rebuild kit;

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PULL CORD IS STUCK

PROBABLE CAUSE:Engine cylinder has compression/vapor lock / Engine seized / Pullcord broken.

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ITEMPart #Desc.
0117720206210STARTER PAWL ASY INCLUDES ITEMS 2-4
0290070000004E-RING
0317723440630SPRING, RETURN
0417721840630PAWL, STARTER
0517720021260STARTER ASY INCLUDES ITEMS 6-13
0617723206210CASE, STARTER
0717723640630SCREW
0817721440630WASHER
0917721511120DRUM, STARTER
1017722611120ROPE, STARTER – 4X1350mm REPOWER BULK OPTION: 99944450000
1117722742030GUIDE, ROPE
1217722801110GRIP, STARTER
1317722011120SPRING, REWIND
1490016304018SCREW 4X18

*Numbers expressed in the two digit format (i.e 06) are item reference numbers in the above diagram

  • Remove the spark plug;
  • Add 1/8 oz of 2-cycle engine oil into the spark plug hole to lubricate the internal parts;
  • Use a metric Allen wrench to remove 4 bolts (14) holding down the starter case/cover (06);
  • With the crankshaft/pullcord bracket exposed, use a large pipe wrench to gently turn the shaft counter-clockwise 20 times; listen closely for any strange noises (i.e. metal scraping, etc.) from the engine;
  • If you have a difficult time turning the wrench, the engine is probably seized (in which case, stop the procedure and bring it to your local dealer);
  • Reinstall the case cover;
  • Gently pull the rope 3/4 way, about 20 times;
  • Remove as much engine-oil buy using cotton swabs;
  • If the rope pulls okay, reinstall the spark plug/cable; if the rope does not pull, you will probably need to replace the drum starter (09), starter rope (10) and/or rewind spring (13);
  • Set throttle lever at mid-to-low idle and pump the primer bulb 2-3 times;
  • Gently pull the rope 3/4 way few times to start the engine; let is run for 5-10 minutes to burn off any leftover oil (exhaust will spit out white smoke);
  • If that doesn’t work, remove the muffler assembly for visual inspection of the engine (you can see parts of the cylinder/piston via exhaust port;
  • If the piston looks scratched and/or black, the engine may be seized;
  • Replacing a seized engine might be more expensive than just replacing;
  • Contact your local Echo dealer for service;
  • If the piston looks good, the pullcord (recoil) assembly needs to be replaced;

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ENGINE STARTS, RUNS ONLY ON FULL CHOKE

PROBABLE CAUSE: Air is getting through place(s) other than air filter

  • Improper air penetration will cause other symptoms like rough idle, fluctuating engine RPM, etc.
  • Most common trouble area is the fuel supply hose inside the tank;
  • Check the supply hose to ensure that there are no holes or cracks;
  • If all basic maintenance tasks are done, carburetor overhaul is recommended;
  • Make sure to purchase the rebuild kit prior to taking apart the carburetor (read this article);

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ENGINE STARTS, RUNS WELL COLD, WHEN CHOKE IS OPEN, IDLE BECOMES ROUGH

PROBABLE CAUSE: Adjustment to LO speed mixture screw may be required

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ENGINE DOES NOT START, PURGE/PRIMER BULB WILL NOT FILL WITH GAS

PROBABLE CAUSE: Faulty fuel filter, faulty carburetor check-valve

  • The primer bulb pulls fuel from the carb into the bulb and dumps back to the tank;
  • Check the fuel supply and return lines to ensure that they are not cracked, bent or kinked;
  • Verify that fuel lines are connected to proper places;
  • Visually verify that fuel filter is resting on the bottom of the gas tank (so that it can draw fuel);
  • Add fuel mixture to the tank so that the fuel level is half full / full;
  • If the problem remains, carburetor will need to be rebuilt;
  • Make sure to purchase the rebuild kit prior to taking apart the carburetor (read this article);

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ENGINE STARTS, ONLY IF PRIMER BULB IS PUMPED, REBUILT CARBURETOR

PROBABLE CAUSE: Faulty fuel line, faulty carburetor internal components

  • Confirm that fuel lines are not kinked, bent or cracked;
  • Replace fuel filter;
  • Check muffler guide and exhaust port;
  • If problem remains, re-build the carburetor;
  • Make sure to purchase the rebuild kit prior to taking apart the carburetor (read this article);

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ENGINE STARTS, BOGS DOWN / DIES AT FULL THROTTLE

PROBABLE CAUSE: Fuel mixture is too rich

  • Confirm that exhaust port and spark arrestor are clean;
  • Check that spark plug is clean and properly gapped;
  • Fuel mixture settings on the carburetor needs to be adjust;
  • Please refer to the
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ENGINES STARTS, MUST HAVE CHOKE OPEN

PROBABLE CAUSE: Fuel mixture is running very lean

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To adjust setup, start with at least a half tank of fuel, and

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Blower bogs down and kills at full throttle

Cleaned carb, cleaned exhaust screen, cleaned filter, checked plug proper spacing. starts on the second pull every time, but soon as I turn the throttle all the way up it bogs down and kills. almost like it got flooded but still starts up two pulls later

Turn the high speed and low speed mixture screws right in[gently]then out 2.5 turns.start it up,screw the idle screw up till it will idle,then adjust low speed mixture screw in or out so you get the highest idle.keep lowering the idle so as you adjust the screw,it wont get it any higher in revs.so by now it should idle.next,open the throttle wide,and adjust the high speed screw until you get maximum revs..then,turn screw 1/4 turn out.that makes it slightly richer,cooling the plug with droplets of petrol.you dont want it lean.if it wont rev fully,check the fuel filter.they get dirty quite often

messing with welch plug is not a good idea:

f the fuel lines, spark arrestor, sparkplug and carb check out OK, (as mine did) and if it will rev up with the choke partially on, here’s the fix:

cho carbs have a little black plastic plug covering the High speed adj screw..CA air pulotion control bs..So get that little black blug out and give the screw a little turn open and u should be good to go..It worked for me..on a PBL 251 blower..My Echo weed wacker has the carb also..Go to Echos site and download the parts break down for your unit and look at the carb page..You will see the plug and HS,screw..happing wacking and blowing

There is a small plastic plug pressed into a slightly larger brass plug located in the body of the carburetor, surrounded mostly by the white plastic primer housing (between the fuel in and out hose connections). Pry out the plastic plug with a pick and you will find the high-speed adjustment needle. You’ll have to back it out a bit to richen the mixture. Using a tiny screwdriver, start the engine and find the point where the engine runs at maximum speed (don’t leave it here as you could run the risk of running the engine a bit on the lean side, causing premature cylinder wear). Then, back out the screw a bit more until the engine speed starts to drop a bit. Try revving the engine a few times with the throttle trigger and if it’s nice and responsive, you’re all set

Engines stalls at high power / speed

probabaly fuel starvation caused by:

damaged primer bulb
clogged fuel filter
damaged fuel lines
clogged metering diaphragm

FUEL/AIR MIXTURE IN THE AIR FILTER HOUSING

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  • replace air filter as dirty air filter may make the engine run rich with fuel;
  • take apart the carburetor and clean internal passages (jet) with compressed air;
  • The diaphgram may look good and flexible, but it can be deceiving and not act as a fuel pump as it should because it has become too hard and will cause hard starting,start and run and shut off, etc.;
  • use a laquer thinner type cleaner to clean and dissolve the laquer build-up in the float and needle jet passages.
    Be sure to remove all plastic and rubber par;
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ECHO LEAF BLOWER DIES WHEN THROTTLE IS APPLIED

This solution may work when attempting to accelerate from idle, engine makes a deep throaty sound then dies.

  • Check to make sure the spark arrestor screen is not clogged;
  • Check to make sure the exhaust port is not blocked;
  • Check to make sure the fuel line inside the tank is in good condition (no holes);
  • There should be enough fuel to submerge the fuel filter;
  • Take apart the carburetor to ensure that fuel metering lever is clean;
  • Replace metering diaphragm and fuel diaphragm;

FLUCTUATING ENGINE RPM

This solution is when the engine RPM fluctuates on its own wen throttle is wide open.

  • Ensure that choke lever is not loose (stays in the desired position);
  • Check fuel and return lines to make sure that there are no cracks, kinks, holes, etc.
  • Drain the tank and refuel with 89 or higher octane with proper 2-cycle engine oil mixture
  • Check the spark arrestor screen and exhaust port for clogs
  • Rebuild the carburetor;

SOLUTIONS – ENGINE WILL START ONLY WITH STARTER FLUID AND DIES

Most likely cause: Fuel problem

  • Check fuel and return lines to make sure that there are no cracks, kinks, holes, etc.
  • Drain the tank and refuel with 89 or higher octane with proper 2-cycle engine oil mixture
  • Temporarily remove the fuel filter and attempt to start;
  • Adjust carb fuel/air mixture screws;
  • Rebuild the carburetor;

SOLUTIONS – LEAF BLOWER STARTS AND DIES OUT IN FEW MINUTES

It sounds like the carburetor is running out of fuel.First make sure the tank is full then loosen or remove the gas cap when it starts sputtering to see if that corrects the problem. Then with engine off remove the fuel line that goes from the tank to the fuel pump,hold it low and see if any fuel flows out of it,if not lightly blow air backwards to the tank,(with fuel cap off),then see if the line is plugged. Next remove the fuel line that goes to carburetor from the fuel pump,crank the engine and see if any fuel flows,if so the carburetor should be cleaned by removing it and disassembling it.

  • Check choke lever position. Make sure that the choke is working and not in the COLD start position.
  • Check to make sure both fuel supply and return lines are not clogged, cracked, bent, kinked, etc.
  • Gap cap might be defective; temporarily loosen it to see if the engine will continue to run; if loosening solves the problem, replace the gas cap
  • Carburetor might be out of adjustment and needs to be adjusted
  • Carburetor might have dirt or debris and would need to be cleaned out and rebuilt.
  • Ignition module failure, the module/coil would need to be tested and possibly replaced

SOLUTIONS – ENGINE RUNS BUT LACKS POWER

Usually

  • Check compression with tool – 60 psi
  • Check spark in spark plug
  • Rebuild carb

SOLUTIONS – LEAF BLOWER RUNNING ROUGH

Usually, a leaf blower that is couple of years old or more has varnish and other gunk that may clog the carburetor. might be clogged. I do not like to use carb cleaner or engine cleaner (i.e. Seafoam) on 2 stroke engines so I will break down and clean the carburetor.

SOLUTIONS – LEAF BLOWER NOT REACHING MAXIMUM RPM / BOGGING DOWN

WHERE TO BUY PARTS

WRAP UP

That pretty much does it for this project. With a manual interlock kit, I am able to manage whichever circuit I want to supply power to without worrying about overloading the portable generator. Not as convenient as the standby generator, but I am not a big fan of all the electronics in such units so this setup works for me.

If you have any questions, please leave a comment below.

Thanks and good luck with your DIY project!

 

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When a leaf blower is bogging down, meaning it’s choking out or even dying when trying to run at full power, it can be frustrating and a little perplexing. But the truth is there are a few simple reasons why this happens and they are usually fairly easy to fix.

So, why is my leaf blower bogging down? The most common issues related to a leaf blower bogging down originate in the air filter, fuel filter, carburetor, or spark arrestor. This is usually noticeable when increasing the throttling. Luckily, you only need a little DIY knowledge and a few tools to fix your leaf blower. 

I want to make sure that you have a logical, systematic troubleshooting approach to this. So I’m going to break down each of the reasons why your leaf blower may be bogging down, tips to identify the problem, and the processes to fix it.

Ready, let’s go!

Air Filter Issues

This is the first place we need to look at. Handheld gas-powered equipment like leaf blowers often run on a two-stroke, air-cooled engine. Air filters are an essential part of the process. They allow external air to flow into the engine.

Since debris and dust can be extremely detrimental for your engine, the air filter has the task of capturing any particle that can be damaging. The problem is, they clog up and essentially suffocate your leaf blower.

A dirty air filter will prevent air from flowing into the engine where it is mixed with the fuel to initiate the combustion process. A motor that can’t get enough air will run roughly and lose power (source).

How to recognize and solve issues related to a dirty air filter

A dirty air filter is one of the most common causes behind a leaf blower that is bogging down: the air is enough for the engine to idle, but as soon as you switch to full-throttle, the machine will stall. All we need to do is replace the air filter.

To do this, start by opening the air filter cover. Once it is visible, you can have a look at it. If it is torn, dirty, or presents cracks, it is time to get a new one! You can consider washing it with soap and lukewarm water. Let it dry thoroughly before mounting it back on. Honestly, they are really inexpensive and so I recommend just replacing it.

Note: If you have stored your leaf blower for several months, it’s a good practice to check the filter before starting the engine. It might have accumulated debris and dust over time. As a general maintenance rule, you should change the air filter once a year.

Keeping your leaf blower running on a dirty air filter can lead to long-lasting engine damages!

Fuel Filter Issues

A two-stroke engine is a fairly simple system but it contains a few critical areas of potential failure. One of those is the fuel filter.

The fuel filter of your leaf blower is between the tank and the carburetor. Its main task is to prevent any debris and residues that could be in the fuel tank from entering the engine of the leaf blower through the fuel line.

A fuel filter can become dirty or clogged if old fuel has remained in the tank or line for prolonged periods. Over time, the moisture in the fuel will evaporate, and the remaining sticky substance will attach to the net of the filter, causing it to clog.

It also catches impurities that are often found in gas purchased at the pump.

How to recognize and solve issues related to a dirty fuel filter

If the fuel filter is dirty or congested, your engine will not receive enough fuel. Such a problem can result in a loss of power and reduced performance (source).

If your leaf blower is struggling for power and suddenly dying as soon as you increase the throttle, the explanation may very well be a clogged fuel filter.

To replace a fuel filter, follow the following steps:

  • Start by draining the old fuel that might still be in the tank
  • Detach the spark plug and the fuel line from the tank
  • Remove the old filter (your model may require a tool to do this but some don’t)
  • Replace the old, used filter with a new one
  • Reattach the various components

For the best maintenance, manufacturers will suggest replacing the fuel filter once a year. I also want to strongly encourage you to consider using a commercial premix fuel instead of gas from your local pump station. Read this in-depth review of the damage that ethanol can cause to small engines.

Carburetor Issues

Due to its intense activity, the carburetor of your leaf blower is the component most likely to suffer from regular use.

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Similarly to cars, the carburetor of your leaf blower is where the magic happens. It’s where the fuel mixes with air creating a combustible mix that is then ignited during the compression stroke by the spark plug (source).

A carburetor has the task of creating the perfect ratio between the air and fuel. But if the air filter or the fuel filter is clogged, or there is debris in the carburetor itself, this process will fail. So you see, it’s all interdependent.

How to recognize and solve issues related to the carburetor

There are several issues that can cause a carburetor to be a source of failure for your 2-stroke engine. But if you have verified that the air and fuel filters are not dirty or clogged, and your leaf blower is still bogging down, you should check the carburetor.

The most common issues and solutions with a 2-stroke carburetor:

IssueSolution
The carburetor is dirtyThis issue is easily solvable just by emptying the leftover gas, opening the carburetor, and spraying it with suitable carb cleaner (Link to Amazon). Reattach all components before using your leaf blower again. The spray will do its job while your leaf blower is working.
The carburetor has crackedIf while cleaning the carburetor you notice and crack or breakages, you will need to substitute the carburetor entirely. While inexpensive, you might consider seeing a technician.
The carburetor is out of adjustmentIf you need to tune your carburetor, start by finding the “low” and “high” adjustment levers. Calibrate them so your leaf blower can produce the highest performances while limiting smoke. You will know that you have tuned it correctly when the blower can rev fluently.

Here’s a comprehensive walk-through video on how to clean a carburetor in a leaf blower from Steve’s Small Engine Saloon:

Spark Arrestor Issues 

Spark arrestors are screens that block debris from escaping the engine. Ignited fuel in the combustion chamber can exhaust high-temperature particles. These can cause fire hazards if they accidentally land on dry leaves or wood.

In most States, spark arrestors are mandatory for any outdoor gas-powered tools, even if they tend to lower the engine’s performance. The most common problem with spark arrestors is that they can become dirty and cause the engine to stall.

How to recognize and solve issues related to the Spark Arrestor

While they can seem complex components of your leaf blower’s construction, spark arrestors are simple to clean and replace. Usually, they will need maintenance after 40 to 60 hours of use. You can remove any extra debris and dirt with a wire brush and soap.

Here’s a quick video from eReplacement Parts on how to do this:

Conclusion

Even if you are not a DIY expert, don’t let a leaf blower that’s bogging down defeat you! Handheld 2-stroke engines are easy to maintain. If yours has been bogging down after a few minutes of use, there can be many reasons, which are reasonably simple to solve.

Just remember these critical points of failure:

  • Make sure the air filter is clean
  • Ensure the fuel filter is not clogged (and use a premium premix fuel)
  • Check the carburetor for gummed up fuel or impurities
  • Clean the spark arrestor if it’s clogged

If you’ve gone through these checkpoints and the leaf blower is still not running as it should, it may need to be serviced by a professional. In most cases, however, one of these issues is going to be the underlying cause.

I recommend learning more about the age and quality of fuel you are using and how it can impact your 2-stroke engine’s performance. Read Does Premix Fuel Go Bad? HomeMade Vs Commercial Gas-Oil Mix.

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2007-10-09  · Any of you guys have any problems with this type of blower. I was told because of all the EPA regs on them and restrictions, they have to make the engines more 'environmentally friendly' which results in the engine shutting down and will not start whatsoever at iall if it is polluting too much. Just bought mine and thinking of returning it to dealer for something else, different brand. Its a ...
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TROUBLESHOOTING AND REPAIR SOLUTIONS FOR MY ECHO PB-413H ...

2017-10-19  · Filed Under: Leaf Blower, Outdoor Power Equip, Season, summer Tagged With: echo pb-413h, echo pb-413h troubleshoot, troubleshoot echo leaf blower Affiliate Programs Keeps AllThumbsDIY Free AllThumbsDIY.com participates in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program , an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by …
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BASIC TROUBLESHOOTING STEPS FOR ECHO PB-413H LEAF BLOWERS ...

2021-10-25  · Basic Troubleshooting Steps for Echo PB-413h Leaf Blowers. October 25 by kevin 1 Comment. Please keep in mind that this article is for the Echo PB-413h leaf blower with serial numbers P09512001001-P09512999999. If your Echo PB-413 has a different serial number, please refer to the reference section found at the bottom of the oTroubleshooting and Fixing Solutions for My Echo PB …
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HOW TO START THE ECHO PB-580T BACKPACK BLOWER - YOUTUBE

Here's a quick video on how to start the Echo PB-580 backpack blower! Follow these simple steps and you'll be rolling in no time!Got questions? Comment them ...
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I PUT STRAIGHT GAS IN MY HUSBANDS ECHO LEAF BLOWER-(NOW I ...

2010-11-01  · We used the wrong gas in our leaf blower and it won't start. Would it do any good to empty the good gas out? … read more. Ranwell1. CEO . High School or GED. 6,030 satisfied customers. I requested several hrs ago echo leaf blower starts in less. i requested several hrs ago echo leaf blower starts in less than 1minute it dies,new carb and new coil all installed -pb500h … read more. Ranwell1 ...
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ECHO WEED EATER WON’T START: COMPLETE TROUBLESHOOTING ...

Common reasons an ECHO weed eater won’t start: Poor Quality Fuel; Fouled Spark Plug; Clogged Fuel Filter; Clogged Carburator ; Clogged Spark Arrestor; This guide will walk you through the troubleshooting process from minor quick-fixes to the more in-depth issues. Don’t get frustrated, let’s just work the process. And yes, I do know that Weed Eater is a brand and so it’s technically an ...
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SMALL ENGINE HELP - ECHO BACKPACK BLOWER WON'T START, BUT ...

2013-11-03  · If you have any problems with the registration process or your account login, please contact us. ... Small engine help - Echo backpack blower won't start, but runs on starting fluid. I picked up a dead Echo PB-413H backpack blower last week. It would not run properly, and the PO indicated they "adjusted" the carb to try to get it to work. The factory adjustments are not available online (or at ...
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ECHO BLOWER NO-FIRE MYSTERY | OUTDOOR POWER EQUIPMENT FORUM

2017-08-14  · Forums > Equipment Repair and Operation > Ask the Experts > Echo blower no-fire mystery. Discussion in 'Ask the Experts' started by Deane, Dec 30, 2016. Tags: coils; echo ; Deane New OPE Member. Joined: Dec 30, 2016 Messages: 3 Likes Received: 0 Trophy Points: 1 Location: Farmington, CT, USA Local Time: 8:36 PM. I am trying to fix an Echo PB-250LN hand-held 2 stroke …
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ECHO PB4600 BACKPACK BLOWER WON'T START - DOITYOURSELF.COM ...

2016-05-16  · Received 66 Votes on 61 Posts. The PB-4600 is a common blower, not sure why the site wouldn't show it. There should be a fuel line with a filter on the end that drops down to the bottom of the tank on the inside part of that tank grommet. I recommend replacing the whole grommet/fuel line assembly. It comes in a kit for $15 or so if I remember ...
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ECHO BLOWER, NO SPARK - DOITYOURSELF.COM COMMUNITY FORUMS

2007-08-13  · Hey, i recently bought an echo 620 blower and it ran great--started on 1st pull. But the last time i went to use it, it wouldnt start and made no attept to start. I changed plug and gas--no start. I decided to hold the spark line while pulling starter to test tfor spark. Unfortunately, i didnt get the shock i was looking for. Any ideas on what could have caused the spark failure or how to go ...
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ECHO PRODUCTS HARD TO START! - HOUZZ

I just bought a new "quiet" Echo model PB-251 hand held blower. It took about 15- 20 pulls to start out of the box. I used new gasoline and the Echo oil. I did not take it back because I thought I probably flooded the engine. Now several weeks later, with new gasoline mixture, the blower won't start even with 30 pulls. I am so frustrated. I see ...
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TRICK TO STARTING ECHO BLOWER?? - DOITYOURSELF.COM ...

2004-10-06  · Your manual should have a reference to cleaning your spark arrestor, (I have seen this plugged on newer echo blowers) If you just purchased the blower last year, it may still have warranty. If all this still fails you may want to contact the dealer. Upvote #5 09-15-04, 01:18 PM yardnut. Member. Thread Starter. Join Date: May 2002. Location: USA. Posts: 541 Received 7 Votes on 6 Posts …
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ECHO PB-250LN LEAF BLOWER FAULTY IGNITION COIL | GREEN ...

2017-10-12  · I have the same model Echo blower and like it. A few years ago it got harder and harder to start, and after starting would not rev up properly. but it did have spark. I wanted to try adjusting the carbs, but the adjustment screw was sealed under a plastic plug to prevent access. After drilling out the plastic plug, I found it used a special screwdriver. When searching on line for the ...
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ECHO HANDHELD BLOWER WON’T START WHEN WARM. : SMALLENGINES

Echo handheld blower won’t start when warm. I have a echo blower that runs great when you first start it. If you shut it off after about ten minutes of use, it won’t start back up. I have installed a new carburetor to try and solve the issue. Also tried starting it without the gas cap. What are some other parts that may be causing this issue? 7 comments. share. save. hide. report. 100% ...
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ECHO STRING TRIMMER HARD TO START, ONLY WHEN HOT. | LAWN ...

2013-05-30  · 243. May 30, 2013. #3. Smokee said: I've had this Echo trimmer for more than 20 years, always starts easy especially when hot. But suddenly, it won't re-start when it's hot. Plug is a little dark, but otherwise looks good. I fiddled with the two mixture screws, so maybe I made it worse. What's the start position for the mixture screws, does 3/4 ...
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TROUBLE STARTING ECHO PB-250 BLOWER

Good day everyone. I just bought a used Echo PB-250 blower. This is my first blower and I was shown by the seller that it did start. I filled it with 91 octane gas + echo oil and attempted several times to start it up. I tried several different things and could not get it to turn on. Can someone te...
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