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Putting the throttle and handle back together on a poulan chain saw

Took the throttle and handel trigger apart and cant seem to figure out how to put it back togeather

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SOURCE: Throttle assembly

try www.jackssmallengines.com parts look up poulan 2500 they have exploded views of all parts this may help you will probably have to search arond abit
hope this helps

Posted on Nov 01, 2008

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SOURCE: the throttle trigger and trigger lock are both

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We need the make, model, and serial numbers from the manufacturer’s tag to help you farther.

I think your rivits are roll pins but without clarification cannot verify that.
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Posted on Sep 24, 2009

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SOURCE: how to put the chain back on a 14" Poulan electric

Remove the cover that cover the rear of the chain bar.Now,loosen the nuts that attach the bar and slide the bar reward.Now set the chain in the slotted part of the bar,pull it forward until there is abut 3/8 of an inch slack in the chain an tighten the nuts.Re-install the cover.

Posted on Sep 12, 2010

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SOURCE: I need a diagram for the throttle connection to

Sorry there are no diagrams of how it fits, there is a parts list that shows the cable, as far as i remember the end of the inner cable has a dog leg in it, that hooks into the trigger, and the outer cable is secured in the right hand handle half, once the other half is assembled it stops it from popping out, the other end also has a dog leg this hooks into the throttle spindle, and the outer is secured in the air filter houseing.

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Clarification Request
Posted by dontbother10 on Sep 16, 2009
We need the make, model, and serial numbers from the manufacturer’s tag to help you farther.

I think your rivits are roll pins but without clarification cannot verify that.
No response to clarification request. Close

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try www.jackssmallengines.com parts look up poulan 2500 they have exploded views of all parts this may help you will probably have to search arond abit
hope this helps

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