Used to be great BUT my last 2 have been rubbish.
Have had 3 of this model, My first one went great guns for 5+ years.
The last 2 have lasted less than 2 years a piece, Which is rubbish for
Expensive supposedly to shelf units.
This last one came back from a dealer service still running like rubbish.
Put up with it for a while and put it in again....
The result a bill pushing $200 for repairs !
Don't think so Echo....
Another example of a reputable company now making cheap gear to keep profits up maybe ?
Purchased in June 2018 for $429.00.
No good,had 2 in 3yrs both failed,echo and Briggs and Stratton won't return my emails, not the way to treat people previously I had for 12yrs no problems at all, latest blowers absolute rubbish
Hard to Rate, Had the Grey Model Great / New Orange one equals Rubbish
Read My Title, Hard to Start From New, Took it Back to Selling Agent, to Repair Under Warranty, Yep Got Charged $120 Warranty Does NOT Cover a Fuel Issue, Not Sure about Product or Agent. But Will Never Trust Either again. Had to Sell For Repair Cost so Lost Full Price of original purchase
Echo pb2155 leaf blower
The echo pb 2155 petrol leaf blower. Is. A 21.5 cc 2 stroke blower. It is a good blower seems. To be a bit heavy for the size of it. It. Fidgety to start. Has a decent amount of power for size of engine. I do like the flanged tip. Makes blowing corners easy.
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Piece of sh*t
i bought it about 3 months ago from an Echo dealer & they really bullshi**ed about the product how easy it was start. The dealer put fuel in & pulled the cord 3 times & it started. I took it home pulled the starter 3 times & it started. Put it in the shed, went to start it about 3 days later & it refused to start, pulled the cord about 45 times & it didnt even look like starting, Read the instruction manual & tried starting as per the manual still wouldnt start. So i took it back to dealer they tried starting it & it refused to start, Then the...dealer tried to blame me they said i had put in the wrong fuel ( the dealer put the fuel in at purchase i hadnt refued it as i has only used it once) then the dealer tried every thing he could think of so they could blame me & they wanted me to pay for a "repair" to a blower that was sh*t from the beginning. I told him to stick the product where it fits went to bunnings & brought a ryobi with more power & $100 cheaper & the ryobi starts 1st time every time.
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My leaf blower start to bog down what should I do?
Sounds like fuel starvation like mine was. Maybe the carby ls is a problem with these. Try to find an honest dealer that will not rip you off. Good luck
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