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Where do I get Blower Replacement Parts? The switch on my 530CFM blower isn't working so I am thinking it needs replaced.

The EGO website isn't very informative, when you call they put you on hold and NEVER answer the phone.

So frustrated, regretting this purchase. Would have never had these issues with say a Dewalt, Milwaukee, etc... The Home Depot rep said don't buy the EGO, I should have listened.

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Posted 2 years ago

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Johnny, I hate to break it to ya but nobody makes perfect tools. Every now and then there's gonna be a tool that stops working, no matter who's name is on it.


Your blower is covered by a five year warranty. Get Ego CS on the phone, early in the day to avoid wait times, and they'll get you fixed up. ;-)
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Johnny, why so angry? I hate to break it to you, but all of my Ego tools are doing just fine, even my first Ego blower that I gave to a buddy of mine. Do you honestly think that just because your Ego blower died that your experience dictates the experience of anyone else that buys an Ego tool?

I just found out that my brother, who's a roofer by trade, uses an Ego blower for jobsite cleanup on an almost daily basis and he LOVES the thing! He lives four hours away from me and didn't even know or care which model it was, he just told me it works great.

Relax man! Lol

Talk about drinking the koolaid, are you trying to say that Milwaukee and DeWalt tools never break? Ever? That's quite the claim! ;-)

FWIW, the CS reps Ego does employ work in Chicago IL and Grand Rapids MI. They should also be commended for having a public forum where anyone can see what their customers are talking about, not criticized for it. I don't see Big Red or Yellow offering that?

Home Depot does their repairs.

Here's the links to both the Milwaukee Fuel blower:

http://www.homedepot.com/p/Milwaukee-...

and the DeWalt FlexVolt blower:

http://www.homedepot.com/p/DEWALT-129...

Please, go spend 50% more on either of them. They are both far more expensive and don't perform anywhere near as well as the 530 cfm Ego that you want to trash instead of getting fixed under warranty. Don't believe me? Well, maybe you'll believe the results of the latest blower test done by Pro Tool Reviews:

https://www.protoolreviews.com/buying...

Enjoy! :-)
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I am not angry at all, why do people call it angry when someone speaks the truth?

All I did was explain my experience with my EGO tools issue and their customer service, or lack thereof.

Whatever bud, I am done, you enjoy your awesome EGO tools and days spent obviously trolling this site for anyone who speaks against your precious EGO tools.



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I shall, and you yours. ;-)
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Johnny
If you only had the blower for a month, just return it to HD for a replacement.  A lot easier and faster than a repair and if I had a tool that broke in a month I would want a replacement not a repair.
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Johnny, the one who sounds like a troll here is you. How dumb would a person have to be to throw away an expensive tool that not only is still under warranty, it's within the retailer's return window for a full refund?

Pull up your big-boy pants and start dealing with your problem like an adult.

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