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Sl-yd5200b new start problem

New difficult to start. Stiff.

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If it is new it may still be under warrenty. I would take it back and have it repaired under warrenty.

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I have a SL-YD5200b model chainsaw and am looking for a chain lubrication pump and the bits and pieces that go with it, Hoping you can point me in the right direction,Thank You J Spedding vivjimuk@yah

Afraid not much here it is a Chinese chainsaw. You need to contact
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We have a company called Harbor Freight that sells equipment and when it breaks down can even get the spares that we need. So we have similar problems which why I tell my customers not to buy anything at HF unless they willing to just it away when it breaks.

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If the saw is fitted with a decompression switch you need to decompress the cylinder after every pull to make it easier to start. If it doesn't have a decompression switch you need to put the saw on the ground and put your right foot firmly into the handle opening, place your left hand on the top hand bar, grip the pull handle and pull out slowly until you feel a solid wall or compression and then pull straight up fast and hard for about 8 - 10". Make sure the brake is on when starting. I have an older Husky saw and this is how I start it. It has a short pull cycle so don't try to give it a long pull like a weed whipper!

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You possibly have corrosion or contamination built up in the lever pivot point. Disconnect the cable and try lever - if it is stiff or difficult to move, you'll need to take the handle off, clean pivot and contact points with a SOFT wire brush ( brass brush recommended) lube it with white lithium grease and re-install. check for freedom of movement before re-installing cable. If it moves ok but cable is stiff, you'll want to next lube the cable with a liquid spray lube - sometimes the new cables are not properly lubed!!

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Need to tighten rear view mirror of 1997 Mercedes SL 500. It does not firmly stay positioned, it moves too freely. Failed safety inspection. New one cost $900 from dealer, can find used parts

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