Question about Makita DPC6410 64cc 12" Power Cutter
The engine has seized in will not turn over. Is it to be scraped or is it a Fixya?
Heat some 2 stroke oil in a pan remove the spark plug and poor down the bore when boiling hot,now try and pull the starting cord to release the rings,be carefull not to get burned,and be carefull if the piston comes free the hot oil comes out of the bore.if you free it up replace spark plug and try and restart it.
Posted on Aug 13, 2009
It is possible to fix most everything but not cost effective. Your rings likley seazed to the cylinder walls and the rod bearings seaced to the crankshaft and case. You can. of course , take it apart but that will just further confirm that is is now junk. You can price a shortblock and change it out.That might be cheeper than new.
Posted on Feb 04, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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