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Poulan Pro Leaf Blower FAQ
These are the different options available for clearing out a gutter using the Poulan pro leaf blower or any other. The first option involves employing the basic version. This method requires using a length of tubing to increase your reach. The tubing also creates the required angle to conduct the air through the gutter. The tools required for this method are 2 PVC pipes and a U-joint fitting for the pipe. In choosing the measurement of the pipe to use, first consider the height you want to reach. Set aside 6 lengths of PVC pipes to be attached to the alternate end of the U-joint. You can use duct tape to hold the pipe securely in place. To set up for use, connect the tail end of the pipe’s long side, to the U-joint. On the alternate side of the U-joint, fix the 6 pieces of pipe that were set aside earlier.
The second option is an alternative to be used if the piping doesn’t match the nozzle of the blower. The material you’ll need to use this technique is a rubber reducer. To set it up, place one side of the rubber reducer above the nozzle of the leaf blower. The smaller side should be fitted over the pipe.
The third option is applying the leaf blower to suck the dirt out rather than conducting air to blow them out. This method only works if the leaf blower has vacuum capabilities. The setup for using this technique can be either of the two above-listed versions. One disadvantage to this approach is that you can’t see into the gutter as you clean. There is a likelihood of sucking up something else that can damage the compeller blades of the leaf blower. The solution to this would be to attach a mirror to the machine’s tube. Be careful not to drill any holes into the tube so that it won’t lose air pressure. With this technique, you’ll be able to see the inside of the gutter at a certain angle.