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Hello Angie Rogers,
If it is INDEED new...
Promptly RETURN it for a DECENT ONE...
The return spring likely being broken ... it is not something that generally heals itself (sorry).
Carnac the Magnificent
Posted on Apr 15, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Either your blades are dull or the gap between the intake tray by the blades is too far or is rounded off. Many chippers have a plate on the intake by the blades that can be flipped around when it rounds off. Also some have a edge on the other side of the blade so it can be reversed and give you a fresh edge. Be sure to unplug the sparkplugs and remove the key when going into your chipper to ensure no one can start it when your in it. There is usually a lock bar to keep the blades from moving.
Posted on Mar 31, 2009
SOURCE: Wood Chipper how to
Great input tina783. I have just one thing to add. Try to shred the branches within a reasonable amount of time. I found out that with my shredder, if I put older, dried up branches in, it tends to take a lot more time, as well as tosses chips back out at you. With newly cut branches, this wasn't nearly as much as an issue.
Posted on Apr 29, 2009
PISTON COULD BE SEIZED DUE TO LOW OR NO OIL MIXTURE,ALSO IT COULD HAVE FUEL IN THE CHAMBER,FIRST REMOVE SPARK PLUG--NOW TRY TO PULL IT--HINT,STICK A SMALL SCREWDRIVER IN THE HOLE AND SEE IF THE PISTON RAISES AND LOWERS,,IF IT WILL RAISE/LOWER BY MANUALLY TURNING THE CRANKSHAFT,THEN THE PROBLEM IS IN YOUR INNER PULL ROPE ASSY.(THERE ARE DOG EARS INSIDE THAT SPIN OUT AND GRAB THE FLYWHEEL WHEN IT TURNS)
Posted on Sep 08, 2009
Testimonial: "dallascuz was right on the money. It was oil in cylinder. Thanks a lot for the info. Harold"
It takes me about 5 minutes to Remove, Sharpen, and Re-install my chipper blade for my Bolens mc2500. First, If your using a screen or rollers in the discharge, then remove them. Look underneath, and you will see the thick flywheel. Make sure the spark pug wire is disconnected, then slowly turn the flywheel by hand until you see the two hex head bolts that hold the chipper blade to the flywheel. Also remember which way you take it off, so it goes back together the same way. using an open end or combination wrench remove the two hex bolts. Now to sharpen, I use a medium/ coarse honing tool made for lawnmower blades. I clamp the blade to the top edge of my Bolens with a pair of visegrips, then a little oil, and the sharpening tool, and I'm done sharpening in about 2 minutes, and then re-installing, reversing the removel process. I hope this helps.
Posted on Sep 01, 2010
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