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leaf blower problem


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04-16-05, 07:39 PM   #1  
leaf blower problem

Alright, we just bought a practically new blower from sears. it is a craftsman 25cc with a top wind speed of 200 mph. i had the blower on its lowest speed and it was still blowing the air tube out. i did tighten the bolts that hold the tube on and it still came apart. i called sears and they said that they would repalce the qhole thing if i borught the reciept in. is there any way that i can fix it without having to replace it?

 
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04-16-05, 07:41 PM   #2  
here is the blower

http://www.sears.com/sr/javasr/produ...nd+Accessories



the piece where the label is on the end of the blower is what is coming out. i think that our blower is an older model of this one but it was rebuilt from the factory, piston, carb, etc. it runs great but just needs the piece to stay.

 
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04-16-05, 10:27 PM   #3  
i have a craftsmen 25 cc and it has a nice lookign hoseclamp on it that helps hold the blower tube in place, a generic hoseclamp might be a cheap effective solution.

 
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