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Coil instalation is it nessary to gage coil

Insalled new coil do I set it when installing ie fueler gauge to fly wheel

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  • rkbarr Feb 28, 2009

    Excellent thanks so much the spacing was my proplem thanks again

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Use a stiff piece of paper the thickness of a a buisness card withmagnets on one side and the col on the other. Move flywheel while tight, without tearing the card paper.

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  • Thomas F. Schneider Feb 28, 2009

    You are welcome. Thank you for the rating. 

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For the saw to start it needs 3 things. 1. fresh fuel. If the fuel it is older than 2 months dump it out and put in fresh fuel. Next it needs air. Check the air filter. If you hold it up to a light you should be able to see light through it. If not clean or replace it. Last it needs spark. Pull out the plug and let it touch the saw so it makes ground. Pull the starter cord and you should see the spark jump the gap in dim light. If no spark the points and /or the condenser have failed. They are under the flywheel. You will need a fly wheel puller to get to those. To remove the fly wheel you must take off the nut. To do this must keep the fly wheel from turning. I have stuffed some rope that will not shed particles into the spark plug hole. Then put your wrench on the nut and spin it off. Use the puller to remove the fly wheel. The points and condenser are usually in a metal box to keep them clean. You will need to know the proper point gap. You can measure the gap fully open with a feeler gauge and set the new points to the same gap. Reassemble and the saw will run.

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Neeed to reset gap to coil on eager ****** chain saw need gap setting


Parser does not like Eager Beâver, I meant what you knew. LOL
Place a business or index card between the fly wheel and coil, rotate until the magnetic attraction pulls everything tight together. Tighten the coil screws, rotate the flywheel until the attraction eases and remove the card. Ensure nothing contacts when flywheel is rotated. HTH
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