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Trigger/switch on EM300-s broken

Good chain saw but "father-time" has taken its toll on plastic housing of trigger. website says no available/discontinued. Anyone know of a replacement trigger that will work?

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Make one out of wood

Posted on Dec 29, 2013

  • Dennis Garcia Jan 08, 2014

    Your ignorant "solution" is a joke, I am looking for a replacement that is compatible with the OEM part. Guess where you can stick the "one out of wood"?

  • Dennis Garcia Jan 09, 2014

    PROBLEM SOLVED!!!! MC-6022-210102P is the "In stock" replacement switch/trigger that fits my McCulloch EM300S. It was under $20 (including S+H) at seears-rowbuck (intented misspelling).

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Hello Eric, You can get an Oregon brand bar and chain that will work perfectly on your Mac 3516. I have this same chainsaw and keep a spare bar and chain, so I can quickly swap them out, should they get damaged, etc.

The Oregon bar and chain part numbers are as follows:

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You can also find these sold at most Home Depot, Lowe's and other hardware stores that carry chainsaws, as Oregon makes their replacement bar and chains to fit all the major brands available.

Unless your existing bar and chain are completely galled up, scored or bent/busted beyond repair, I would find a small engine repair shop or local hardware store that sharpens chainsaw cutting chains, (True Value and Ace do it in our area) and see if they can sharpen and true up the bar. The price for this is typically about 1/3 to 1/2 the price of a new chain and bar set, and worth having a spare around.

I also like having that extra aleady to use (sharp) chain, so when a neighbor borrows my saw and invariably lets the chainsaw go into the dirt (that'll dull the chain so fast!). I will always be able to use my saw, when I need to, without having to run out and get a replacement, or spend 15 minutes having to sharpen it by hand, etc.

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SOURCE: Throttle linkage

It seems that Mac engineers could have come up with something better than the M.M. kluge that they did. The problem is hooking the wire link to the plastic hook on the trigger plastic casting while juggling the front case and engine body. It appears that it should just snap together, but knowing how plastics get with age, it would appear that the trigger should be replaced every time the case comes off. I had trouble with mine and wound up straightening out the wire link end somewhat to force the parts together--it continues to work though. Hope this helps!

Posted on May 06, 2010

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