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Took remington branch wizard out of box and it will not work

I do not have a reciept to return it so do you have any ideas. I pull the trigger and no a sign of any action.

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It could be a broken power cord, defective switch, or motor brush damage. Remington saws have gone out of business, so no warranty anyway. Procuring parts for these things is a hit or miss proposition at best--good luck!

Posted on May 29, 2010

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Broken bracket


yes, and if not, im sure you could have one made up for you.

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My new Remington Branch Wizard was taken from the box today and, the chain installed, hooked up, motor runs fine, but the chain won't turn. What's wrong with it?


Take it back. Remington Power is no longer in production anyway. You will eventually need parts that you will not be able to find.

Is the chain excessively tight? Remove the Sprocket cover, bar and chain. Actuate the switch momentarily while watching the sprocket gear (item 11).
http://www.masterparts.net/111409-01.html
Did it rotate? If no there is likely a failure in the gear train inside the power head (not repairable). If it rotates I suspect the chain was improperly installed or over tightened.

If you have more questions or need additional help please reply below and I will get back to you. Thank you for using FixYa and Good Luck. HTH
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Sorry but there is no help for this equipment. Remington went bankrupt and i have not been able to get parts.
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Good Day.

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Remington has ceased production. Parts availability is limited to what is on hand. Probably time to purchase a new pole saw. Purchase the cheapest product on the shelf and in 5 years they will be out of business too. Poulan and McCulloch (electric) have been in business for a very long time, I expect they will continue to provide a quality product with service after the sale for many years to come. HTH
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Only model numbers work. Examine your saw something should match up here:
http://www.desaparts.com/remington-chainsaw.html
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