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I have an McCulloch 14" electric chainsaw that had been functioning greatly. But one day last week the saw just would not start! No matter what I tried to fix the issue nothing would work. Could it be oossible that the kick-back switch #V7-1V20E9-000-1 is the culprit? Following is the saw info: McCulloch Electramac 14" 2.5 hp
120 v./60hz/10 amps
If you have any ideas or can mail (either usps or e-mail) me the schematics on this saw I would be VERY thankful! I have had this saw for a few years and it works beautifully. Please say that my saw is repairable? I have others that are gas-powered but the small guy is GREAT around the yard.
P.O. Box 426
Rye, CO 81069
I also have an Remington 14" electric with a cracked housing that continues to stall the motor. Any ideas?
Check the carbon brushes in it. open the cover of motor you can see two pc. of carbon touching the armature. If that become short it need replacement
Posted on Jun 29, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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