• Joseph Salomone June 10, 2017 at 11:54 pm

    While using my RY42102 blower(090264001) the red fan blew apart, sending pieces out the discharge. Luckily I ended up with minor lacerations.All I’m asking for is my money back or a new blower. Thank you. Please reply.

  • Michael B July 25, 2017 at 6:08 pm

    What about compensation for people like me that have had it explode on them befor being notified of a recall?? It was not fun and it hurt like being sand blasted with sharp plastic chucks.

  • Glenn Parschalk May 23, 2018 at 11:15 am

    I just used my Ryobi Jet fan blower for the first time in 2018. I was out of town last year and did not use it, so it was last used the summer and fall of the year I purchased it in 2016. It’s the same model number and between the serial numbers listed above. I was about 5 minutes into blowing the grass clippings off the sidewalks and driveway when it exploded with loud boom. I received a cut on my right wrist it bled a bit but it does appear to be a minor laceration. If it had gone really deep right near my veins on my wrist I could have done some serious damage. I have some pieces of plastic appear to be parts of a fan blade it blew out the back end. I’m going to be calling Ryobi this morning and finding out about getting some sort of compensation for all this I have used their products for many years and never had any problem like this. You would think that between the records kept by Home Depot and Ryobi that we might have been informed about this as soon as the recall went into effect!

  • Joey Martin August 25, 2019 at 12:03 pm

    August 24th at 7pm while using my ryobi ry42102 blower EU16025D170043 the red fan blew apart sending pieces out just had minor cuts all I want is money back or new blower that want blow apart

  • Sean Medina November 10, 2019 at 7:46 pm

    How do we trade in or get refunded for our blowers?

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