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When replacing the batteries, the chuck assembly fell out of the housing. After replacing it the way I thought it was, the torque is much less and will not start a screw. I think it has something to do with the placement of two silver washers which I currently have together directly in front of the motor. Does anyone know the exact positioning of these two silver rings? I tried the Sears site and they no longer have any info on this model. Thanks.
You don't want to tighten them down just turn them in until the are just snug and then turn them out.
Start with the low at 2 full turns out and the high at about 1 full turn out. Start the saw and let it idle adjust the low idle to where it runs smooth. Adjust the high until the saw runs as much rpm as you can get at w.o.t. (Wide Open Throttle).
Posted on Nov 21, 2008
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The rotor is attached to the crank via taperlock. You must remove the rotor bolt which goes thru the rear bearing. Then take a 3 LB. rubber or deadblow hammer and sharply strike the rotor on the laminations. not the winding. You usually have to do this several times from both sides before it breaks the taperlock free, Use force behind your hammer swing, It will eventually come off. Have patience.
Posted on Aug 31, 2010
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CHECKING/ADJUSTING VALVE TO
ROCKER ARM CLEARANCE
Every 50 hours of operation, remove the rocker cover and
check the valve to rocker arm clearance.
When adjusting the clearance, the engine should be at room
temperature, and the piston should be at Top Dead Center
(TDC) of its compression stroke (both valves are closed). The
correct clearance is 0.05-0.1mm (0.002-0.004 in.).
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