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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You Likely by this time have resolved this. Mine messed up one day and I found a spring inside it. This spring wraps around the counter weights and pulls them together at idle speed, allowing the chain to stop, without stopping the motor. As you throttle it up and the RPM increases the spring allows the weights to push outward , engaging the chain. I have used mine without it, but I'm sure that would not be a recommended procedure, as the chain is always engaged, even when idling.
Posted on Oct 26, 2008
its pretty easy to do with a file. first make sure you buy the right size file to fit right in the tooth. look closley at the chain and figure how to place the file on it. the point is to sharpen the side and top of the cutting part of the tooth .always file one way away from yourself. hold the file at an 45 DEGREE angle, and push forward. the trick is to push forward and up at the same time, and always go one direction. start on one side and mark your starting point with tape, go down one side then flip the saw and down the other. you dont have to push hard just enough to were you can see tiny metal fall off. lemme know if you have a problem
Posted on Mar 21, 2009
Thanks, guys. Right, I do fill it partially now, but it's annoying. Oh
well, there is no simple way to restrict the line - I have disassembled
the unit and one would only hope the designers would think about a
simple device for adjusting oil flow, but there is none. Primitive,
since oil will flow at very different rates in cold and warm weather...
Posted on Aug 16, 2009
A new chain pump kit definitely cheaper than a new saw $15.00. Below is a link with the kit for the saw Poulan 2150. Provided to you as reference I don't garrantee site or lowest price. If this has been helpful please rate answer. Good Luck and have a great day. Jeff
Posted on Apr 04, 2010
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