Question about Standard Oregon Chainsaw Chain For Stihl Chainsaw 24" Bar Length 84 Drive Links 3/8 0.05 Gauge Chiesel Chain
You may need a carb rebuild kit. they are thin rubber diaphrams and will harden up and warp if not used regularly or if the fuel is improperly mixed.
These are easy to flood if you pull them too many times on choke. Pull it on HALF choke until it pops. then turn the choke off, into the run (I) position and pull it until it starts.
If it's flooded, remove teh plug under the cover, blow off the sparking end and pull the engine a few times without the plug. this will empy the cylinder. WATCH YOUR EYES!
Posted on Sep 17, 2009
I had same problem and symptoms. I was overchoking it. Started fine when I quit choking it. Do as suggested above. Do not use full choke.
Posted on Apr 02, 2010
Check for scoring on your piston. To do this remove your exhaust by removing the retaining bolts then carefully dismantle the exhaust. Be carefull to remember which part came from where! When the exhaust is off slowly pull the saw over looking for any visable marks on the piston(making sure the on/off switch is off). Scoring on the piston can cause all these problems. If there is scoring i'm affraid the saw is knackered.
Posted on Sep 21, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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