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I would remove the carb and take it to a small engine repair shop... They will probably have the rebuild kit. They'll need to get the numbers embossed on the carburetor to get the correct kit.
Posted on Jan 06, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
McCulloch has traded hands so often lately Operator's Manuals are hard to find. You should be able to get some help here:
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Tell them up front it is a chainsaw, They won't be much help but if enough people inquire perhaps they will improve. Please have saw within easy reach before dialing.
Once frustrated there, go here:
Beg for manuals thread (ArboristSite) (free to join)
Do a search if not already listed post an inquiry, someone always helps.
An IPL can be found here:
The model number is usually on the bottom of your saw with the serial number. Precede the model number with the hyphenated number from your serial number.
Posted on Nov 07, 2009
The only way to test an ignition module on any small engine is on the machine. Simple and easy.First remove the spark plug , then remove the wire that connects the module to the kill switch, its located right next to the plug wire above the laminations. Put a spark tester in the pkug boot and ground the other end. Pull the rope and look for a spark. Its that simple. If you have a spark, check the switch and wire, if you dont,check the grounding screws that hold the module to the block for a clean contact.If you still have no good spark its time to replace the Ignition module (coil).If you dont have a spark tester, ask someone dumb enough to hold it. If they jump and cuss you out you know you have a good spark
Posted on Nov 15, 2009
If the ignition and fuel supply systems are good that is correct. I was not able to find a McCulloch 484. Are you sure that is the model number?
Posted on Dec 19, 2009
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