Question about Ryobi 940968018 C4620 Label
Posted by Anonymous on
Saws that seem to have no power but do accelerate to full speed (screaming) most times is either a compression issue or a clutch slipping (clutch will get very hot in use if this is case) compression issues are most allways a total rebuild on the piston and cylinder ,
Posted on Aug 31, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Actually, I own one of these battery operated Ryobi chain saws too. It is normal for the saw to run slow. Remember it is battery powered, not gas, so its not going to be a high rpm saw. Be patient whit it, and you'll get about 4-6 cuts per battery. I take mine camping. It sure is nice not having to listen to a two-stroke while relaxing in the woods! Dont plan on cutting lots of stuff, either, or you'll burn up the motor. This thing works great for very mild workloads.
Posted on Aug 21, 2009
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