Question about McCulloch Mcc1635a 16-inch 35cc 2-cycle Gas-powered Chain Saw

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I purchased the saw about 6 years ago and the auto oiler gear stripped and I'm trying to locate a replacement shaft and gear.

The ID in the side of the saw is 36cc, MS1636NAV, but the info on the label above the handle is MS42,42cc, family 4MHXS.0424AAEM

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Did you check ebay for any of those numbers ?

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SOURCE: I have a McColloch 16 in chain saw MS 1635 AV.

remove side cover,bar & chain.above bar mounting studs find a oblong channel that lines up w/ the small holes in the bar.clean everything,sawdust gets packed in the holes.if it leaks oil out the bottom,you need to replace the oil feed line fom the tank.

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SOURCE: need to locate chain & bar oiler adjustment

Look to the lower left side of the bar (as you hold the saw normally)--there should be a screw head in the engine case there. Check the adjustment by holding the bar tip at speed near a piece of cardboard for a couple of moments--it should throw off a thin line of oil. Hope this helps!

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SOURCE: I have a McCulloch MS1636NAV chain saw. The engine

Its either sucking air in throgh a loose connection in the fuel line or the carb is stopped up. Take it apart very easy so you don't rip any gaskets, and clean evertthing with a can of compressed air blow all the tubes out real good. You may have to get a carb kit it that does not work.

But that sounds like what it is, running out of gas when you let more air to it.

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