Question about Poulan 14" Chainsaw
Its a long time since i saw one of these, however, start by removing the starter cover screws and the starter itself, you need to remove the flywheel nut,1/2 spanner as far as i remember, strike the non magnet side of the flywheel with a suitable hammer, the flywheel should just pop off, remove the points back plate cover, this should just pull off, the points and condensor are all one peice, held with two screws, either clean the points or replace the assembly, the back plate will have slots to allow you to set the points gap, the gap is between 12 and 15 thousands of an inch, put a small amount of grease on the felt pad against the cam, refit the flywheel and nut, take care to re fit it onto the woodruff key properly, the air gap between the coil and the flywheel should be set at approx 0.5mm, re fit the starter and check for a spark.
Posted on Apr 02, 2011
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