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You will take the recoil assembly off the saw. You shoud see where the knot broke off the cord in the pulley. Put the cord through the case and the small hole in the pulley and tie a new knot. Count the number of turns it takes to take up the rope. There should be a small notch in the edge of the pulley you place the rope in to wind up the spring and not take up the rope.Add one or two turns more than you counted so the rope is coiled up snug then pull out the rope from the notch and let the spring retract it.
Posted on Dec 23, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There's a tiny hole on the front of the bar near the bar sprocket. This is used to grease the sprocket. If you go somewhere like Lowe's look in the chainsaw section and you'll find a grease tube that is specially designed to lube the front sprocket. Before lubing use a small wire to clean out any debris from the whole. Press the lube tube against the hole and push repeatedly until grease comes out from the outside of the bar. This should greatly extend the life of the bar.
Posted on Jan 09, 2009
There will be an idle (Low) speed adjustment screw somewhere on the saw (look in your manual). Adjusting this setting lower will prevent the chainsaw chain from turning in the idle throttle position. Basically you want to set it so the chain has just stopped moving... but you need to set this after the chainsaw has warmed up a little.
Posted on Mar 13, 2009
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Posted on Sep 12, 2009
start saw when cold and work it hard. if it stalls or quits remove spark plug and hook the plug wire to the plug and ground to the cyl head have switch on and pull the start rop briskly a few times or use a test plug. if there is no spark disconnect ign switch from from the ign wires and pull rope a few more times.spark?= replace ign switch,no spark until engine is cool,replace coil.
Posted on Sep 24, 2009
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