Milwaukee Leaf Blower Review
Milwaukee Leaf Blower FAQ
1. Remove your leaf blower’s outer layers to access the interior motor. The ignition coil lies around the flywheel and the spark plug is driven by an independent cable.
2. After that, separate the wire completely from the spark plug. You need to find and pull the plug’s rubber boot in order to separate it.
3. If you’re checking the primary side, what you basically have to do is hook one of your start plug of your ohmmeter up to the top level. Then, clasp the other lead on the iron core.
4. In order to check the secondary, put one lead on the iron core and the other one inside the rubber boot and see if it matches what has been specified on the leaf blower.
5. If the engine turns on, it indicates both the ignition coil and spark plug are in harmony. If a blue spark appears, there’s a disconnection. Cross over to the tester’s terminals and use the next step.
6. Begin by taking out the alligator clip from the start plug lead. Then you can clasp it to the bolt inside the head of the cylinder.
7. Make absolutely sure that all the wire connections are secure and touch at the right points.
8. Check the reading on your ohmmeter to ascertain if your coil is still intact or if it needs to be replaced.
9. Once again, try to pull the starter plug. If there are no signs of spark, it means the coil may have burnt. If a blue spark appears, the plug is faulty. In this case, you can buy a new starter plug.