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Pole Saw RPS96 - - Saw 108526-01 - - The outer clamp/nut that holds the pole at the selected length has split. I guess I could use a clamp to secure it, but I'd like to replace with the correct part. Can anyone help?

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Your pole saw is at the bolttom of the page here:
http://www.desaparts.com/remington-chainsaw.html
The parts list that appears is a chainsaw. Please phone them @ 1-800-475-5660, ask for assistance and explain this little glitch. Thanks HTH
Lou

Posted on Oct 03, 2009

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How do you attach the chainsaw to the pole?


You simply mount the saw between the two metal plates.
There are two screws holding the plates together.
Look in the owners manual and it will guide you how to attach the saw.
Once the saw is attached, plug in the power cable that is on the end of the pole. One word of advice....there is a large locking collar ring that enables the two poles to extend and lock together. There has been numerous reports that the locking collar ring splits due to overexersion. You can add a stainless worm clamp (similar to a radiator hose clamp) around the rind and tighten it securely. Be sure it is a heavy duty wide clamp. This will help to keep the ring from splitting under pressure.

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I need a Coupling Nut for my electric pole saw


lots of luck there, if you have tried Remington, with no luck may i suggest a automotive hose clamp and a piece of inter tube.

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I need coupling collar for my remington pole saw


I experienced the same problem with mine. The collar ring split making the pole saw useless. I am one of those who can basically fix anything you can put into my hands......
I have the solution for you! Loosen the collar ring and ensure the matching edges (where it is split) are clean & dry.....(no oil or residue).
Use JB-Weld (available in most department stores, hardware stores and auto suuplies) to repair the collar ring. Use the standard type epoxy (not the fast drying type). You will also need one other item to keep the ring from splitting again. The collar ring has a 2-inch diameter. Go to a hardware store or an auto supply store and ask for a 2-1/2 inch stainless worm clamp. Be sure to get the wider type that is about one-half inch across the stainless band. The clamp is typically used to connect radiator hoses on automotive engines. Make sure the clamp you get is stainless. Unscrew the clamp using safety in mind.....they typically have a large "straight slot" screw; using a screwdriver is a bit dangerous especially if you have to tighten it very tight. If you have access to a nut driver or a small quality socket set, these tools will enable you to tighten the worm clamp very tight. Do not force the collar ring back into service for a few days to ensure that the epoxy has had plenty of time to cure. I repaired mine a few years ago and it still works great!
Please send me a reply once the surgery and recovery is complete.
The total cost for materials is about $9-$10.
I hope this fixes your collar ring for good!

Nov 07, 2013 | Remington Electric Pole Saw

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How do I put the saw on the pole


1. Remove battery from chain saw.


2. Separate main handle from chain saw

power head by pressing both release

buttons on main handle and pulling

apart. The release buttons are just in

front of the trigger.


3. Align rib on chain saw power head with

groove in power head adapter on pole.


4. Slide power head into power head

adapter until units "snap" together.

IMPORTANT: Both release

buttons on power head adapter must be

fully engaged.


5. Align rib on handle adapter on pole

with groove in main handle.


6. Slide main handle into handle adapter

until units "snap" together.

IMPORTANT: Both release buttons

on main handle must be fully

engaged.


7. Slide battery onto main handle until

release buttons "snap" together.


Be sure the battery is charged.


To extend the pole:


1. Loosen the clamping

lever. Pole will slide

freely.


2. Pull inner pole section out to desired

length of extension.


3. To lock pole in position, tighten clamping

lever.

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The plastic female part of my Remington telescoping pole saw coupling nut split and won't hold the extension pole in place. I'm trying to find a replacement or a fix.


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The large black outer plastic nut that tightens to hold the saw at desired length has cracked and will not tighten. Can I buy a new one?


What Jerr isn't telling you is the link is worthless. RemingtonPower is no longer in business. Sorry
Lou

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Rick, I'm not sure which model you have, but when I looked up the Wizard parts diagram, I couldn't see any wing nut on the drawing.

It might have been changed to a standard type of hex nut since you purchased your pole saw.

In any event, you should call Master Distributors, as they stock most parts for the Remington chain and pole saws. You can reach them at 1-888-917-2244.

Hope you find this Very Helpful - Best regards!

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I have the sollution, had the same problem with the broken compression nut. Just use two hose clamps, one to hold the pole extended and the other clamps around compression base. Its a cheap easy fix and it work great fo me. The Real Mr.Fixit

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