Fix a Common Leak with Backpack Foggers In 5 Simple Steps


First, make sure that all your hoses are connected, especially the breather tube inside the tank, which can be a common cause of leaks. The most common leaks with backpack foggers can be fixed simply by reattaching tubing within the tank. If your fogger is still leaking after you have checked all of your tube connections, you can follow these steps to reroute the system

1. Remove the tube from the nozzle at the base of the tank and back of the throttle handle. 

Note: You can remove this tube completely, or simply zip tie it back so it doesn’t get in your way.

2. Grab the spare tube in the fogger’s box and attach it to the base of the tank.

3. Then disconnect the other end of your spare tube to that connection point.

We hope these steps helped you find a quick fix to a leak in your Tomahawk Power Backpack Fogger's tank. Feel free to download our quick step guide to save for future use.

Tomahawk Power Backpack Fogger Leaking Tank Quick Step Guide

Note: If the tank continues to leak, reach out to the Tomahawk Power Customer Service Team.

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