20 Most Recent Poulan Pro Chain Saw 46cc 20" Questions & Answers


Find the air/fuel mixture screw to adjust. Clock wise to lean Counter clock wise to richen

Poulan Pro Chain... | Answered on Mar 01, 2019


It is important if you have changed the fuel lines that they are reconnected correctly, the bubble is a purge not a primer, so it pulls fuel from the carb and dumps back to the tank, on the back of the bubble there are two connections, one long one short, the long connection is the pressure side so goes back to the tank, the short one is the suction side so this goes to the carb connection nearest to the metering cover ( the one held with four screws) the fuel hose from the tank with the filter on the end goes to the connection on the carb nearest to the pump cover (held with a single centre screw) if you have not already done so replace the fuel filter in the tank.

Poulan Pro Chain... | Answered on Feb 18, 2019


The 2150 has a remote primer, so there will be three pipes, the pipe coming from the fuel tank with the fuel filter on the end is the main fuel tube, this fits to the connection on the carb nearest to the pump cover on the carb ( alluminium cover held with a single screw ) the other connection on the carb has a pipe to the shorter of the two connections on the back of the primer ( suction side ) the longer connection on the back of the primer ( pressure side ) has a pipe back to the fuel tank, so the primer pulls fuel from the tank, into the bulb, and dumps it back to the tank, it does not push fuel into the carb, this way you can depress the bulb as many times as you like without flooding the engine.

Poulan Pro Chain... | Answered on Oct 18, 2018


Remove the 2 screws "1" and "2" to remove the muffler.


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Poulan Pro Chain... | Answered on Jan 08, 2018


Anytime there is a difference in the "Type" something was changed on the product. To determine all of the changes in all types would take some time going through each of the part's lists.

Poulan Pro Chain... | Answered on Jan 08, 2018


The chain could be stretching. Are you using a good quality bar and chain lube? Never use old motor oil. Once the chain has jumped several times it may be bent.
Properly adjust the chain and keep an eye on it while using. start with a new bar and chain and watch the tension. You can also replace the tool less cover with a standard cover for about $25

Poulan Pro Chain... | Answered on Nov 20, 2017


Yes, anything can be fixed, well almost. I've had the same problem with small engines. Start by taking the plastics off, you should be able to find the rest of the fuel line that goes to the primer bulb. Then from the bulb to the carb. You need to the correct size fuel line and replace it and put on a new filter. Just remember, if it damaged the lines, the carb needs to be removed and soaked or replaced. To keep from going through this again I recommend the pre mix two cycle fuel, just make sure the ratio is correct, chainsaws are usually 50:1 and other small engines run 40:1

Poulan Pro Chain... | Answered on Aug 08, 2017


cheapest way is a new fuel tank from e-bay that has it all installed
you can remove the rubber grommet around the lines to get it out then get a new filter to push on the line BUT will it be cost effective against what can be obtained from e-bay

Poulan Pro Chain... | Answered on May 07, 2017


take it back for a warranty service check
is the stop switch been activated

Poulan Pro Chain... | Answered on Jan 02, 2016


It's possible the brake is on. Try pushing the brake forward then pulling it back until you hear it click. Then try cranking it again.

Poulan Pro Chain... | Answered on Nov 24, 2015


Anyways.... your coil is throwing intermittent spark. Which is a sign of a coil going bad. It's basically malfunctioning when it's around severe heat. Don't bang your head against the wall bud, get a new coil assy.

Poulan Pro Chain... | Answered on Oct 07, 2015


Check out epartsreplacement.com and there is a video on there you can watch that talks about fuel line replacement. It is a very helpful video Tom. Good luck

Poulan Pro Chain... | Answered on Jul 02, 2015


I sharpen to 35 degrees, right or wrong. I'm sure there are more aggressive angles for the larger pro-saws, but this has served me well over the years on many brands of chain.

Poulan Pro Chain... | Answered on Mar 11, 2015


Take or call the saw shop and give them your serial # they should be able to tell you the model or take your saw down to the saw shop that sells your brand of saw and ask them. Good luck .

Poulan Pro Chain... | Answered on Mar 08, 2015

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