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Brand new C430 leaking gas or oil over the gas recepticle. Put extender for limb cutting and it keeps dying. How do I fix this?

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I have the same problem. It would appear to be coming from the tube right outside the carb intake. I am not sure there is a solution for this. I am going to take mine back and swap it out. After tweaking the needles and getting it running perfectly, I really like it other than the goo sludging all over the tank.

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How can I use a gas pole saw?


Congratulations on getting you a new gas pole saw! A gas pole saw is undoubtedly the most powerful of pole saw types. It uses gas for operation, heavy-duty bars, and chains and is effective for a longer working period. Since it is the most powerful; you can put your faith for pruning heavier and larger branches and trees.
So, you have chosen rightly. But, it is a matter of concern, if you do not know how to use a gas pole saw. Let us help you with this matter.
BEFORE YOU START
  • Make sure that the pole saw is safe and prepared to be used. The faulty ones can lead to a serious accident.
  • Clear the area where you would use your pole saw and where the limbs would fall. Any hazard should be cleared at once.
  • Be aware of the weather because the windy or rainy weather can turn your pruning into a dreadful experience.
  • Cut only one limb at a time
  • Avoid cutting branches that are thicker than 8 inches. Take expert's help in this matter.
  • Be aware of the kickbacks.
  • Always maintain the right balance and base. Hold the saw firmly and stay at your place rigidly.
These instructions should be taken into account before the start of trimming. After you follow the instructions given above, it is time to move towards pruning process. The steps below lay out how to use a gas pole saw.
STEP 1 As you hold the grip of your pole saw and make a balance of your position, make few jump cuts underneath the branch you want to cut off. Jump cuts are a necessary technique which is used before the final cut. It reduces the weight of the branch that makes the final cut easier. It can be physically challenging to cut from underneath. So, always pick a pole saw equivalent to your weight bearing capability.
STEP 2 Extend the height of the pole saw based on the height of the branch. Hold the pole saw vertically, take it up to the branches away from the ground and never forget to hold it properly. Adjust its position and let it rest on the branches. In the meantime, you can ensure your position too. Always keep the pole saw at your chest level.
STEP 3 Now, begin to cut perpendicular to the limb and try to make deep cuts as much as you can. Deep cuts will let you make the final cut and other cuts easier. It will also allow you to make faster cutting strokes. Readjust your position, and the pole saw if you face any trouble.
STEP 4 The last step is all about your safety. Check where the limbs are falling and move from that place as early as possible.
Do not lose hope if you fail the first time. Keep trying until you reach your full potential. Clean the work area after trimming is done. So, this is how you can use a gas pole saw. Keep pruning and stay safe!
More details open the link Guide on How to Use Gas Pole Saw

Apr 11, 2018 | Garden

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Chainsaw erratic - starts - won't start - dies at steep angle


My chainsaw was erratic. Sometimes it started and ran just fine and at other times it just refused to start or died as I raised it to cut a limb. What I finally realized is that chainsaws are different than other 2 cycles engine devices - they have to work at many different angles (including straight up). For that reason, the fuel filter that is in the gas tank is weighted to keep it at the bottom of the gas tank as you raise and/or lower the chainsaw.
On my Mccullough, the gas line broke right at the weighted filter, allowing the gas line to flop around. That's why it was erratic and died when I raised it to cut a limb. So, if you have erratic operation, take a minute to check your gas filter and be sure it's still attached to the gas line......

on Jan 16, 2017 | Miscellaneous

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What are some tips to cut tree limbs by a pole saw?


safety helmet
safety glasses
cut smaller branches first
cut small lengths
have a friend as a look out for power wires and other obstructions that branches can fall on
never cut while on a ladder
use a trestle and not a step ladder

Apr 09, 2018 | Garden

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How can you buy just the saw for the 8" 2 in 1 pole saw.


after looking at reviews written on
http://www.chainsawsdirect.com/Earthwise-CVPS41008-Chain-Saw/p7224.html

Robert

Tried chain saw. Working on limbs about 12 ft above ground.
First limb about 3 inches diameter, Oak. Worked fine.
Second limb same size. Cutter slip off branch could not stop the saw from hitting ground. Broke case where it attaches to pole.
No parts, and no way to repair it as company had no idea what kind of cement/glue I could use. So one branch cost me $120.00.
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Shawn
Like Robert my saw hit the ground and busted in the same spot (this will happen to you sooner or later) and you can not get repair parts, its now a door stop.
Pros: Easy To Use, Light Weight
Cons: Can Not Get Repair Parts
I am guessing you mean the entire cutting end of the saw too, I would get a new one either same model so you have a spare pole or find a another brand that definatly sells spare parts.
Ive never used a electric polesaw but have done alot of work with with longer petrol and shorter hydrolic polesaws, even top of the range they can be broken easily always keep the chain sharp, cut one branch at a time or small clumps on a hedge.
Commonly they get dropped cause they get really heavy extended a shoulder belt helps alot as do coffee breaks.
Or they get jammed in the branch being cut which can be really dangerous with a half cut branch, be ready to run.
Also never use from a ladder

Jul 07, 2014 | Earthwise CVPS41008 - 8" 6.5-Amp Electric...

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Why won't my brand new Honda mower start


Take it back for a warranty fix as it is defective from the factory. Do not make any adjustments yourself as they will claim unauthorised work and may not repair under warranty.

Apr 24, 2013 | Gcv160 Gas Engine

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Husqvarna Chainsaw Chain stopped turning


Have you take the chain brake off..? This is a band which grips the clutch drum and must be disengaged before use.

Check chain tension, this shouldn't be too tight.

Did you also put chain oil in the oil tank.?

Mar 09, 2013 | Husqvarna Garden

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Yardman 6.5 HP XL 21'' CUT S/N#D06786CN


See if it will start with a little splash of fuel down the carb.

If it starts for a second you probably have a plugged main jet.

The mowers collect a little bit of fuel in the bottom of the carb and then water comes along and it makes rust and gunk and turns the brass stuff all green. You remove the main jet and clean the two holes on the bottom and the little tiny hole at the top of the threads *(you should wire brush the threads and get a tiny piece of wire strand to clean this jet.)

I know you ran the mower till it ran out of gas....but that was only till it ran out of enough gas to fuel the main jet. There was still fuel residue in the fuel line and the bowl.

This should be a fast fix though. Good luck and be careful!

Jul 18, 2010 | Mtd Yard - Man 160cc, 21" Self - Propelled...

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Gearcase is leaking oil


What brand??? Whirlpool ,kenmores leak through the front shaft by coulpling. It will still run with low oil, it may get oil on clutch wich can make it slow spin.
Ge's old and new leak oil and can run for a long time with no oil. They will get loud and scize up after awile. Old maytags leak and keep on running. New ones drop dead.
Run yours till it dies, replace the trans with a new one or buy a new washer. There is no fix for any leaks, just replace transmission or washer.

Nov 22, 2009 | Washing Machines

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When i use the electric saw and put a load on the chain it stops


The problem you have isnt adequately explained.

  1. You may be tripping a thermal overload.
  2. The chain may be to agressive and overpower the motor.
  3. The chain may be excessively tight, that combined with the load may be the cause.
  4. Limbs as the cut progresses, pinch the bar and chain.
  5. No bar oil or defective oiler.
  6. If equipped with a clutch it may be slipping.
There are other causal factors too. Read your manual, limbs require 2 cuts, the first from the bottom about ½ way through, then offset a couple of inches toward the trunk from the top . HTH
Lou

Sep 24, 2009 | Remington Polesaw Wizard

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Chainsaw idles, goes to high speed for a few seconds but dies under load. Sometimes cuts half a limb before it dies. Changed gas and then changed spark plug. Still dies.


have you looked at the filter in the tank? get a wire hook fish around in the tank it should be on thend of a fuel line inside the tank

Aug 22, 2009 | Husqvarna Craftsman 36cc, 16 In. Gas Chain...

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