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Remington Pole Saw Model 106890-02

After some heavy work, motor slowed down, then only buzzes, does not turn. Is the cost of repair (replacing the motor) more than the cost of a new saw?

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  • Anonymous Nov 09, 2008

    Same problem here. Chain binded on a 2 in brach, now ineternal clicking sound. Tore apart, found ring gear stripped..Motor/pinion gear appears ok. Emailed Remington for replacement parts...No reply.



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Hi

if you were used the correct oil-gas mixture,because of overheating the engine probably you need to change the piston ring.Check the piston first(take off the mufller and take a look,if there are screaches at the piston is not good).

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