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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I have had the same problem.I sent an e-mail to Remington and they sent me a whole new unit including the shaver and accesories.Problem is the replacemant is doing the same thing again as the first unit.I got it for x-mas and am getting ready to contact remington for a 3rd unit,it is only June. What I am doing now is changing the fluid and filter and tip the unit forward to bring fluid in to the head cleaning chamber.It's half ass way to have to something,but Remington does have a problem with this and needs to recall or replace with an upgrade when available
Posted on Jun 02, 2007
barrel and fan cover 'o' rings may be leaking/ need replacing. item no 17 on the parts diagram.
Do you have a spark, you should just be able to hear the spark firing when the gun is applied to the work surface and the trigger pulled, it sounds like a click.if no spark heard it could be the switch on the fan head not working , a bad ignitor , or the spark is not sparking in the correct place, chaffed ignition wires.
is the gas you are using in date, there should be a date stamp on the gas bottle. if its out of date it can give problems.
Posted on Jul 19, 2009
Well, from the oil pump it goes into your oil filter so the lines going from the pump into the filter could be clogged. check that and see. Also on most imports I have found that they have to be primed after the oil pump has been replaced. Buy a oil pressure gauge and hook it up. Disconnect your fuel and spark delivery and then just crank over your motor to make sure you have good pressure. It takes up to 30 seconds to build on some cars. hope that helps.
Posted on Jul 21, 2009
We are in no way connected with RemingtonPower. They are no longer in production and replacement parts are very difficult to find. Often eBay is your only source of parts. Sorry. Lou
Posted on Mar 16, 2010
I have never seen an automatic chain oiler that worked. Even new ones don't seem to work. Just pour a little used engine oil on the bar once in awhile like everyone else does.
In theory there is a small piston that rubs on an eccentric at the chain sprocket, and that sucks in oil and pushes it through a hole, into the center groove of the bar.
But if the piston is dry, it won't pump.
If the holes are clogged with sawdust, it won't work.
Here is a video that may help:
Posted on Mar 12, 2011
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