If you’re the owner of the Ryobi P2180 cordless leaf blower, and you misplaced or discarded the included manual, you can use the link below to view and download the official Ryobi P2180 manual in pdf format.
Interesting to note is that this owner’s manual is for the P2180 leaf blower, but is also listed for different models including P2108/P21081/P21081VN/P21081VNM. You can use this manual for the Ryobi P2180 to help you learn:
- P2180 Safety Instructions
- P2180 Features
- P2180 Assembly
- P2180 Assembly
- P2180 Maintenance
- P2180 Replacement Parts
Back in 2016, I made a Royobi P2180 Review. As someone who’s a big fan of Ryobi’s 18v cordless lineup, I have used this cordless blower for a few years now and have been more than impressed with its performance and durability. After around two years of use, I started to hear a slight rattling noise from the jet fan. Living on a rather limited budget at the time, I was worried my cordless leaf blower was dying. This was when I decided to look in the included p2180 manual to see if there were any helpful tips for troubleshooting what was wrong with this ONE+ Leaf Blower. Apparently, I had long since tossed the box the blower came in, and likely the manual along with it.
At this point, with the blower fan making a weird noise and a missing manual, I started to search online for what I needed. I found the manual online and found that the screws securing the body of the machine can back out after use. This is exactly what was happening to my unit. All I had to do was tightening some screws and bolts and she was as good as new. It was the vibrating of the machine making the noise because the body was loosening up. Easy Fix!
If you’re interested in a replacement blower like this one, or a new one for yourself or as a gift for someone else, you can use the following link to 🏬shop for Ryobi Cordless Blowers.