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Hi, I have a PM 145-14 chain saw. The problem I have is that the primer bubble has a cut in it and I do not know where to get it repaired. Can you help me ? I live in Vankleek Hill , Ontario. One hour from the West Island of Montreal, Quebec and an hour and a half from Ottawa, Ontario

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  • jpeterjarvis Jul 02, 2009

    Hi, I do not want to know where to get the part. I would like to know of a location that I can take my chain saw and have it serviced. Thank you for the information though.

  • David Ford
    David Ford May 11, 2010

    You might try the website for the part, they have a large selection of gasoline engine parts when you go there make sure that you have all the information available so if you need to contact them they can look it up. Good luck



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Order the part online if you can. This is a relatively easy part to replace.

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