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I experienced the same problem with mine. The collar ring split making the pole saw useless. I am one of those who can basically fix anything you can put into my hands......
I have the solution for you! Loosen the collar ring and ensure the matching edges (where it is split) are clean & dry.....(no oil or residue).
Use JB-Weld (available in most department stores, hardware stores and auto suuplies) to repair the collar ring. Use the standard type epoxy (not the fast drying type). You will also need one other item to keep the ring from splitting again. The collar ring has a 2-inch diameter. Go to a hardware store or an auto supply store and ask for a 2-1/2 inch stainless worm clamp. Be sure to get the wider type that is about one-half inch across the stainless band. The clamp is typically used to connect radiator hoses on automotive engines. Make sure the clamp you get is stainless. Unscrew the clamp using safety in mind.....they typically have a large "straight slot" screw; using a screwdriver is a bit dangerous especially if you have to tighten it very tight. If you have access to a nut driver or a small quality socket set, these tools will enable you to tighten the worm clamp very tight. Do not force the collar ring back into service for a few days to ensure that the epoxy has had plenty of time to cure. I repaired mine a few years ago and it still works great!
Please send me a reply once the surgery and recovery is complete.
The total cost for materials is about $9-$10.
I hope this fixes your collar ring for good!
I'm not an expert.. But.. What I would try first is, remove the spark plug, drop several drops oil into the cylinder, try to get it to move around piston head. Let that sit for a hour or so. Try to crank it without the spark plug. May get some oil spray, look out.. If it cranks ok, then put the spark plug back in, and try it. It's possible it may not start still, because carb/fuel is dryed out and gummed up. But first step is to loosen the piston. Good luck.
Remington Saws have ceased operations and, unless you like to make your own replacement parts, they are prone to failure. The gearbox is sealed and the motor brushes are not available anywhere. Look elsewhere!
No power could be a broken wire in the power cord, usually near the plug end. It could also be the switch, or the motor brushes. More rare is a broken wire in the motor or the saw case. Hope this helps!
George, firestorm bats. I believe are for the drills ? There is usually a 2 year warranty on B&D products, either take it back to the store where you purchased or contact Black & Decker : blackanddecker.com
Without the model number, I can't provide you with the part. However, you can go to masterparts.net and click on the Remington chain saw link and with your model number, get a line drawing and list of all available repair parts and pricing.
They have almost all the parts for even most discontinued Remington chain and pole saws and have a toll free number you can call, once you have your model number to provide them with. 1-866-672-6040
Hope this helps and best regards!
what kind of saw is it? and if this is the problem u might have over primed the button on the side thats part of getting the saw started and maby flooded the carb and could be the reason why its hard to get it goin. Doesnt take much to flood a small motor. Oh and almost forgot do u have the right mixure of ur fuel? for my saw its 40:1.