How To Replace An Air Filter On A TPS25 Backpack Sprayer

The Tomahawk 5 Gallon Gas Power Backpack Sprayer has an air filter located on the outside of the carburetor, inside the air filter cover. The air filter's job is very important, as it filters the air going into the engine. The air filter allows air flow to come in, while blocking any unwanted particles and pollutants from entering the engine.

Dirty or damaged air filters reduce the air flow going to the engine, which can cause detrimental engine issues. If your engine is not running at its best, it could be time to replace the air filter. 

Learn how to replace the air filter on your backpack sprayer in a few simple steps: 


What You Will Need:



Step 1:

Untwist the knob on the outside of the air filter cover.

Step 2:

Remove the air filter cover.

Step 3:

Remove the old air filter.

Step 4:

Insert the new air filter.

Step 5:

Attach the air filter cover.

Step 6:

Secure the air filter cover in place by twisting the knob, located on the outside of the cover.

    We hope this guide helped you get the most out of your backpack sprayer. Check back in to Tomahawk's comprehensive library of manuals, assembly guides, videos, & more to power your world!

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