Question about Ryobi RCS3535CA Petrol Chainsaw 35cc 35cm/14" bar
My chainsaw ran a complete tank of fuel. Filled it up again - would not start. Priming bulb won't fill up. Checked filter in petrol tank that's good and clean
If no gas will enter priming bulb at all I see only a few possible things for this
(1) gas line broken/melted
(2) filter looks good but has internal plug
(3) primer bulb has a small crack in it (most common )
Posted on May 20, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: no fuel (2 stroke) getting
Change the fuel filter in the tank, if this does not help there is dirt in the carb, remove the carb, under the pump diaphram is a filter screen, replce this.
Posted on Apr 07, 2011
The numbers you supply don't cross to an operators manual but that is typical of Homelite/Ryobi. I'm going to make an educated guess that it does not have a primer system. Other Ryobi saws with primer systems include it in the specification. The 3535A does not. Close scrutiny reveals no primer.
IMO fuel primers on chainsaws are one more source of problems. In the USA ethanol additives attack fuel hoses. Without a primer routing is from the fuel tank directly to the carburetor and much simpler to replace. Primers on chainsaws operate differently than 4 cycle engines too. No fuel is injected into the carburetor or engine, its only purpose is to ensure the carburetor is full of fuel,
Typical Fuel hose routing:
Posted on Nov 15, 2009
Ideally saws should be stored in cool conditions out of the sun to prevent pressure building up and with the tank lower than the engine.
Drain the tank also and run the engine dry, as when the fuel evaporates, it leaves a varnish residue which coats the small pasageways in the carburettor.
It is possible that the fuel pump diaphragm in the carburettor is punctured and this is allowing fuel to seep into the saw
Posted on Apr 23, 2011
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