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Need Carburetor Zama C1Q
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
50:1 if you use good oil (i.e.Husqvarna, stihl, echo)
32:1 for lesser quality oil.
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Posted on Apr 09, 2009
SOURCE: Homelite XL, UT 10618-A, 14
This probably is a worn out automatic oiling diaphragm and plunger assembly. If it is like my Super 2, it is right behind the clutch and sprocket. I had to take the sprocket off to get to the little plate held by three small screws. You probably have to remove the plastic covers first to see this stuff. After removing the screws, the diaphragm and plunger should peel off either the plate or the engine housing. Now the fun starts. I found a parts supplier that listed a picture of the little demon and the price was about seven dollars. But I didn't bookmark the site and now I can't find it again. If all this info matches your saw, and you find a parts supplier, please post it. Good Luck!
Posted on Jul 08, 2009
There is no set adjustment on any chain saw. If it were that simple there
would be no need for adjustments. The problem is that most equipment
manufactured in the past 10 years can not be adjusted by the user. Carburetors
are now equipped with either adjustment limiters which limit the adjustment to
less than half a turn or with adjustment screws that require a special tool to
make the adjustment. More than likely you will have to take it to an authorized
dealer for those adjustments.
If you do have an adjustable carburetor, then gently close both needles and open each on 1 full turn. This should allow the engine to start and the final adjustments can be made at that point. If it still will not start then open each needle 1/8 to 1/4 turn and try again. If this still does not work then most likely your carburetor needs a good cleaning and a rebuild kit.
Posted on Sep 13, 2009
If plastic cap is present, it should just pop off with a thin sharp hook. Look carefully at the screw heads--they may be 'D' heads which require a special screwdriver and are supposed to keep owners from moving the screws (thank the EPA for these). Only authorized saw servicing dealers have access to these tools and therefore are the only folks allowed to adjust these saws. Being nonconformist, I made my own by drilling the center of a 1/4" rod, sawed off one side somewhat and welded a flat across the cut. Hope this helps!
Posted on May 11, 2010
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