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Electric chainsaw cs100 mastercraft class 2c serial# t86390 broke

Need a drive gear for the chain approx 3" round cup lots of teeth all gone should have made it out of allum.not plastic or nylon how do I get a new one

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SOURCE: How can I tighten the chain?

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Posted on Jul 15, 2009

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Try Master Distributors, they have them in stock for under $10 (plus shipping).

Here's a link to the part you're looking for.

http://www.masterparts.net/Merchant2/merchant.mvc?Screen=PROD&Store_Code=MPD&Product_Code=107713-01

You can also give them a call and provide them with your model number of your chainsaw. Your sprocket number is #107713-01

Hope this helps you get cutting again! Best regards!

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SOURCE: I need to find the nylon gear that is fused to the

An IPL for a Poulan 1625 (type 1) can be found here:
http://www.ordertree.com/modelinfo/PWE/1625-Electric-Saw-Type-1/75.1625-Electric-Saw-Type-1.1.59.1.html
Click the green "Go" tab; Expand the "Illustrated Parts Lists";Click the "Chain Saw Assembly Type 1".
I think you want item 7 ($10.32 & shipping). The nut probably has a left handed thread (tighten it to loosen it). Please let us know if this helped.
Lou

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You can find all manuals for Remington Chainsaws at the link below:

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You have the information you need. The chain you need should have 56 cutting teeth and be 3/8ths pitch to ensure it fits the drive on the chainsaw and the wheel at the end of the bar. All you have to choose is the type of profile on the cutting teeth. In the UK we have a choice of Chisel or semi Chisel which mean the following. The Chisel has a flat top and sharp angle down to the chain link and although very efficient at cutting only tends to be used by professionals. The semi Chisel has the corner of the tooth rounded between the flat top and the link. This reduces the amount of kick back (but does not eliminate it). It also reduces the vibration a little when cutting. From the number of teeth it sounds like you probably have a 14 or 15 inch bar. If in doubt measure the length from the body of the saw to the end of the bar. Many on line suppliers will be able to sell you a chain but I would recommend you go to a chainsaw supplier the first time to ensure you get exactly what you need then you can order online for your second and subsequent chains.

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The main drive gear is slipping. This is caused by etiher worn teeth or worn bearings. If you pass the model number I can show you a diagram of where to look and what part or parts that have most likely failed. The drive gear is the weakest link but the motor can be shifting in the housing away from the drive gear. It only takes a bit less than 1/8 inch side play. The model number will be similar to this 358.341160

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you may be able to fix your problem by tightening up the chain a bit more. other wise, you may have to have that gear replaced because as you indicate it may have had it's teeth worn down. i would begin by tightening the chain.

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Each type of chain may be a little different but for the most part it's about 45 degrees for the teeth that have a square outside to topside angle and 35 to 40 for the rounded outside to topside teeth.

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Hi Rossmac,

Both the smoke and it's lack of cutting ability are symptoms of the same problem. The Chain is dulled. Instead of cutting, it's just rubbing on the wood and heating up. It's also not a big deal to fix..

Your options are:
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  • Have the Chain sharpened
  • Sharpen it yourself
To sharpen it yourself, you will need a narrow round file that will fit inside the Chain teeth. Each tooth has a two cutting edges, get the file a position that matches the tooths angle of attack. Don't over do, three to five swipes of the file should do it on each surface.

You will see they alternate directions. You may find it easier to do all the teeth in one direction (skipping every other tooth) then do the other direction. Up to you.

When you are done, check the level of your chain oil. Since it did get hot, you might manually oil the chain before trying out your handi-work.

Go cut some wood.
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