Question about McCulloch 14" Electric Chain Saw Mcc1514
There are several things that can cause this problem First if you run it until it quits will it start working again after it cools down. If this is the case the it is shutting off thermal switch on motor. This could be from saw needing cleaned or lubed, make sure chain is not to tight, don't force saw to hard,let it cut at its own pace. Make sure chain is sharp. Anything that causes excessive friction will increase motor temperature. It is possible that thermal switch is about worn out. Hope this helps. Thanks
Posted on Nov 12, 2010
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