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It uses 2 stroke oil during combustion as it is a 2 stroke powered engine..Sometimes it may be a small deposit of oil and the bottom of the gas container which causes this smoke or else you may have added a bit more oil than needed in the fuel..I assume it is a 2 stroke engine and also note these do give out a little bit of smoke..

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Don't add oil to the fuel tank, it doesn't mix well in there and you'll almost always use too much oil. Mix your two-cycle oil and petrol in a gas can to get a 50:1 mixture. Read the directions on the two-cycle oil bottle for how much to use and put the oil in the can first so the petrol will mix well with it as you add it to the can.

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Makita dpc6400 won't start but has spark


i had a similar situation with a chainsaw... and a rotortiller.
use ALOT of starter fluid or even pour a little gas through the carb, this will most likely flood it... but enough pulling should eventually start it, although it will not stay running long. if you try this and get these results.. then next take the engine apart and check the the piston walls they may be scratched. this can happen in some small engines from a couple different things. 1.dirt getting in through the air breather (bad filter). and 2. some are real sensitive and even the wrong gas/oil mix can cause this. for your sake i hope this is not the case but this was has been my experience.... hope this helps.

Nov 14, 2011 | Makita DPC6410 64cc 12" Power Cutter

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My makita 6410 started first pull ,cut about three bricks now wont start, it pulls fine and sounds like it wants to start but wont, i think i may have put too much oil in, will this cause this problem,...


yes to much oil with the petrol will cause problems i`m afraid the carb is now blocked with oil and will need cleaning out problem is that the carb is micro chip controlled and it will need to be cleaned out at a repair/service center

hope this helps

John

Sep 14, 2011 | Makita DPC6410 64cc 12" Power Cutter

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Regarding makita petrol disc cutter dpc6410- how much oil do i need to add to a full tank?


Don't add oil to the fuel tank, it doesn't mix well in there and you'll almost always use too much oil. Mix your two-cycle oil and petrol in a gas can to get a 50:1 mixture. Read the directions on the two-cycle oil bottle for how much to use and put the oil in the can first so the petrol will mix well with it as you add it to the can.

Oct 11, 2010 | Makita DPC6410 64cc 12" Power Cutter

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MY MAKITA DPC6410 PETROL SAW IS RUNNING SMOKEY


It uses 2 stroke oil during combustion as it is a 2 stroke powered engine..Sometimes it may be a small deposit of oil and the bottom of the gas container which causes this smoke or else you may have added a bit more oil than needed in the fuel..I assume it is a 2 stroke engine and also note these do give out a little bit of smoke..

Dec 08, 2009 | Makita DPC6410 64cc 12" Power Cutter

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Will not tick over how do i set up the carb for this and normal running.


Most carbs are the same. Close both the high and low needles. (Note: Do not overtighten, you can damage needle.) Open them up 2 full turns. Start the engine and let it warm up. May be a little tough to start if you have removed carb and rebuilt. With engine running pull throttle to full capacity. Now close the low needle slowly, listening to the engine. When it starts to get lean you will hear the rpm start to go back down. Make sure you stop at the most optimum setting. At this point open the low needle 1/4 turn so as not to have too lean a mixture. Please note that the engine must be warm in order to get the right setting. You may have to do this a couple of times to get it right. Then move on to the high needle and do the same thing. Once you set both needles it should be fine.

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No operators manual for makita dpc 6410 petrol disc cutter


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