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Used my saw on one limb and it quit

I cut one limb about 2 inch in diameter and did not get it into a bind but now it does nothing. Was this a common problem because I see a lot of them for sale as reconditioned. ( 10 inch electric pole saw) What can I do to get it fixed since the place I bought it is out of business. Thanks John M.

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Sounds like the sprocket could be stripped. If so, then you would need to replace the sproket. I suggest you contact Master Parts at 800-466-1446 or online at www.masterparts.net. They may be able to help you.

Posted on Jul 01, 2009

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Check in the handle, the wire connection to the electrical switch could have came loose or disconnected. The switch may need to be replaced. Maybe part of the cord went bad, but I would think that would be less likely, but possible if you had a electrical surge.

If the wire connection is okay, then I suggest you try to purchase a new switch part # 077525S, that may do the trick. You can by one by calling Master Distributors at 800-446-1446 or you can find them online at www.masterparts.net. I hope this helps!

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Parts for these machines are not being manufactured any more as the company has ceased operations. Search the internet for companies that advertise these parts--you may get lucky! On the motor--check the brushes as they seem to fail often. Good luck!

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This is somewhat subjective. Eveybody does it a little different.If you are cutting limbs from a tree, start an undercut about where you want the limb to fall free of the tree. Use the upper edge of the chain to cut it about a fourth of the way through. Then start from the top of the limb over where you made the undercut.

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