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SOURCE: Bosch Chain Saw D 70745 - fuses checked but will

The lever could be in a safety position. Unlock the safety lever to get it in contact with the switch., and squeeze to run.

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Will not start. Motor buzzes.


Make sure the chain is free to move around the bar. It could be to tight. If the saw has a safety break make sure the lever is pulled back towards the operator position. If the saw has been used a lot blow the saw dust out of the motor.

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I have a replacement chain for a electric 40cm Bosch chain saw but it can't get the new one on as the chain tensioner will not go back far enough does it ever get blocked and should I take the cover off...


Take the cover off, Take the bar off. Clean it out. Put the chain around the sprocket. Put the bar on. Put the chain around the bar. Tighten the chain a bit. Put the cover on. Tighten the chain.

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Ake 40 18s chain keeps coming off when in use


The only time I saw this was when the saw was run with the chain too loose. The chain should be snug al the way around the bar. If it is run loose for too long the chain will develop burs on the driver links. Now the driver link will not fit in the groove on the bar so the chain is tossed off. Replace with a new chain

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Can I fit a 1.3 mm bar and chain to my Bosch AK40-19s chainsaw


as long as the pitch of the chain is the same as the nose wheel of the bar, then the gauge does not matter as you are fitting a bar and chain with 1.3 gauge.

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Chain stops when offered to the wood to cut


either a bad clutch or a bad gear in the drive head

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How do i change the blade in my bosch 700 pae saw


Do you mean pole saw? DISCONNECT PLUG If so you change it like you would a chain saw, loosen the bolt(s) at the base of the bar on the engine and put a screwdriver in the slotted area near where you loosened the two bolts and the chain will loosen and come off. To put new chain on, reverse but leave 1/8 - 1/4 inch play in chain. Pull on chain at the middle of the bar to set chain tension. Good Luck...

If it's a cut off saw there should be a motor lock on your motor, UNPLUG UNIT. Depress the motor lock lightly and rotate cut off wheel by hand until motor lock falls into place hold motor lock and loosen bolt in the center of the wheel you are trying to remove. Reverse instructions to mount new wheel. Good Luck...

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My chainsaw won't cut through timber, it will only scorch it. Is it possible that I have the blades the wrong way round? If so, I don't know how to turn them inside out. I've had this problem for ages...


From your description of what is occurring, you are probably correct that the chain is installed in reverse. To verify take a look at the individual cutters on the chain - are the sharpened edges pointing in the direction of the chain rotation? When looking down on the chain bar (the "cutting arm"), are the cutters facing toward the tip of the bar? If not, the chain is backwards. If the chain is installed correctly, but you are still not cutting, the chain is most likely extremely dull and needs to be resharpened.

I'm not familiar with the specifics of the Bosch chainsaw. I live in the US and the Bosch saw is generally not available here. I recommend you consult your manual for instructions on removing and installing the chain. If you do not have a manual, you can call Bosch UK and they will send you a replacement.

Hope this helps.

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DIYpro

Apr 28, 2011 | Bosch Garden

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I need a chain for my ake 40-19 S chain saw. What is the part number? or where can I find it.


I tried a Google search for "Bosch ake 40-19 S chain" and found many on-line outlets. If you take your chain (they need it to use as a pattern) to a local saw shop or a good hardware they can probably fabricate one in a few minutes and you will save the shipping and handling costs.

Chain installation (bottom) may be helpful:
http://www.fixya.com/support/r4146814-chainsaw_chain_installation

If you have more questions or need additional help please reply below and I will get back to you. Thank you for using FixYa and Good Luck. HTH
Lou

Mar 14, 2010 | Bosch Garden

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Bosch Chain Saw D 70745 - fuses checked but will


The lever could be in a safety position. Unlock the safety lever to get it in contact with the switch., and squeeze to run.

Oct 22, 2009 | Bosch Garden

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