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Yes indeed, you need a gap between the flywheel and the magneto! What about that gap? It appears that your post is not even a question, but a sentence fragment!

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It not starte


For the saw to start it needs 3 things. 1. fresh fuel. If the fuel it is older than 2 months dump it out and put in fresh fuel. Next it needs air. Check the air filter. If you hold it up to a light you should be able to see light through it. If not clean or replace it. Last it needs spark. Pull out the plug and let it touch the saw so it makes ground. Pull the starter cord and you should see the spark jump the gap in dim light. If no spark the points and /or the condenser have failed. They are under the flywheel. You will need a fly wheel puller to get to those. To remove the fly wheel you must take off the nut. To do this must keep the fly wheel from turning. I have stuffed some rope that will not shed particles into the spark plug hole. Then put your wrench on the nut and spin it off. Use the puller to remove the fly wheel. The points and condenser are usually in a metal box to keep them clean. You will need to know the proper point gap. You can measure the gap fully open with a feeler gauge and set the new points to the same gap. Reassemble and the saw will run.

Nov 24, 2015 | Garden

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I have a echo cs5000 chainsaw. What is the coil to flywheel gap.


It is close 0.125 (one hundred and twenty five thousandths.) I have used an open match book as a gap guide on flywheels for 40 years... all make all brands and it works like a champ!

0.12 to 0.16 is acceptable.

Thanks for choosing FixYa,
Kelly

Aug 15, 2011 | Echo 30.1CC Chainsaw With a 14 In.bar and...

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What is the gap for the fly wheel to cdi on a 4600 echo chain saw


The easy way is to put a piece of sand paper between the coil and magnet.Put it in tighten the coil and pull out the paper.

Feb 26, 2011 | Echo Garden

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Echo cs-3400 wont start . no spark. what are the primary and secondary coil readings?


if you have no spark

check for faulty plug 1st, then pull kill wire off at kill switch, then check for grounding ht lead ,
then pull kill wire off at armature , if still no spark most likley faulty ignition armature
i suspect the part number you need if its type 1 is 15662639130
replace it and set air gap and reassemble and test

here is web site for parts

http://www.ereplacementparts.com/echo-cs3400-type-chainsaw-parts-c-35043_35970_36021.html

or you could try www.partstree.com , go to echo saws , then find your model


cheers hope it helps


pauly 46

Jan 28, 2011 | Echo 30.1CC Chainsaw With a 14 In.bar and...

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I am replacing a bad coil in my Echo SMR 2100. I need to know the air gap between the coil and the flywheel.


Ignition module gap
Place a business or index card between the fly wheel and coil, rotate until the magnetic attraction pulls everything tight together. Tighten the coil screws, rotate the flywheel until the attraction abates and remove the card. Ensure nothing contacts when the flywheel is rotated.


If you have more questions or need additional help please reply below and I will get back to you. HTH

Aug 06, 2010 | Echo Garden

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Please advise oil/petrol ratio...air gap ...plug


Hi
follow the link there are several manuals there for Echo chain saws

http://lawnandgarden.owneriq.net/manuals/mfg/echo/echo_chainsaw_product_list.html

http://www.echo-usa.com/pdf/documentation/CS300034003450efT1E_060402_1.pdf
on page 4 it says the types of oil and petrol

hope it helps
appreciate some rating form you.
thanks

Jul 18, 2009 | Echo Garden

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Echo SRM 1501 trimmer has minimal fire. Feels very slight, will not fire thru plug


If this is a solid state ignition ( black box mounted right next to the fly wheel)check for rust on fly wheel and coil/ignition.Sand with light grit sand paper if nessesary. Make sure to reistall with the same gap between the two parts.note the gap at this point could also be wrong.Also check to see if the clip inside the boot where the spark plug conects is not bent and that it is conecting properly. If this is a points ignition system then its basicaly the same steps.Clean contact pionts check plug boot for good contact. Or could be bad coil.Be sure you are using a plug with the propor heat range.

Jun 07, 2009 | Echo Garden

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I am trying to find the magneto gap for amakita dcs 340 petrol chainsaw


use a regular post card inserted bet fly wheel and mag close enough

Oct 05, 2008 | Makita Garden

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