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Savaria concord b07 stopped working. I think it's the chain slack switch. How do I get at this? Called for service, no one has responded in two days.

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Slack is necessary to prevent early failure of the bearings on the wheels. It is also necessary for proper operation when the oven heats up. slack shouldn't be too much or the chain may fall off the teeth. Too tight and you have wear. The abrupt stopping indicates the need for lubrication of the motor.

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Why does the Secondary Chain keep comming of?


Any time a chain comes off it means there's slack in it or something's not tight enough. Not looking at your bike, I would have to guess that you need to loosen the bolts on the back wheels and then pull the wheel assemblies back until the chain is tight. This is probably a two person job, one to unbolt and bolt and one to apply tension. That being said, many years ago I remember bikes my friends used had a problem where if they were riding at a good speed and then stopped peddling to coast, then slightly reversed peddling, then started fast peddling again, that they would throw a chain. I think what was happening was they were creating slack in the chain by coasting, slightly reversing their peddling, then starting again. The chains were also slightly gummed up, allowing slack at this time.

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I have a concord fan model 820AL-G I only get a signal from the fan when the wall controller is activated the fan will not function has anyone experienced this problem


Thinking the fan has to be on to use the wired wall control. If you pull the chain switch it is just turning the fan off and then neither will work. Just use the wall control or get fan with wireless remote maybe.

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I have a TREK mountain bike with a Shimano combination brake and shifter with an Altus derailleur. It shifts all gears fine but when coasting with my feet on the pedals, the chain goes slack and sags...


Only YOU can evaluate any error you may have made. LOOK at why the chain is slack. Does the rear derailleur pull back to take up the slack? Are you using some ridiculous small chainring, small rear cog combination that allows too much chain to go slack?

Perhaps the freewheel isn't freewheeling and is instead feeding chain forward when you stop pedaling. Walk the bike forward and see if the rear cogs just coast. If not, lube time (internal). take it to a Bike Shop or buy all the special tools and DIY.

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Having problems getting the door to close.....The door starts to close then then it stops like it hit something. i can hold the button on the wall down and i can get it to close. It doesnt seem to have a...


Check sproket for broken tooth on sproket Happens during winter in midwest garage door cheapos use a plastic sproket for wind up and down Mine in particlar sears cheapo broke a tooth and chugged gort slack and sometimes stopped but down ok wieght of door kept slack out UP sometimes chugged and caused slack then stopped

you can slightly adjust the chain to be tighter with the adjustment screws built into chain See them? solid bullet like links with adjustment screw built in

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Making clicking sounds while idling. goes away while driving. changed tensioner arm fortiming chain. Car started overheating. Changed water pump now sound is back. Mecahic cannot figure out what sound is....


u have to check chain for slack if ther is lots slak change if not try to change oil and replace with haver oil and add can lucas u may have lifter noise or worn roker arms

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I have a poulan micro s25d 33ccm super xxv deluxe model chainsaw and am wondering how much slack should be in a brand new chain that I just put on and have used once?


As to the proper amount of slack in the chain, new or otherwise, is you should only be able to left the chain from the center of the top bar, so that you can only see the drive tooth of one (1) of the links.

Now with a new chain, the trick is to check the slack after the first tank of gas has been consumed, as new chains tend to "relax/stretch" after being put into service.

But with that being said, I always check the chain at each fueling and filling of the bar lube tank too. Better to be safe and get the maximum performance from your chainsaw, and there is no better way than to keep everything in proper working order.

A good rule of thumb is to:
  1. check and readjust/tighten the bar/chain after the fuel tank runs out of gas/oil mix. (wait for the chain/bar to cool before grabbing it with your bare hands!)
  2. Refill the bar/chain oil
  3. Refuel the chainsaw with the proper gas/oil mix, (typically 40:1)
  4. I always add fuel stabilizer to my fuel tank after I'm done using it for the day (who knows when you'll use it again!)
  5. Take a hand file and give the cutting chain a quick "touch up" sharpening before putting it away.
If you follow these steps, you'll always have a working chainsaw, ready and sharp enough to cut when you need it, without any surprizes, etc.

I hope you find this Very Helpful and best regards!

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