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Stihl Chainsaw... | Answered on Sep 06, 2017


fuel line in tank is probably cracked

Stihl Chainsaw... | Answered on Jan 26, 2013


Stihl offers a higher capacity oiler for the saws, more than likely it was shipped with the lower capacity. Also dealers will install the same oiler as what was in the saw unless you specifically request differently. Let me know if you need any more help, Daniel.

Stihl Chainsaw... | Answered on Sep 14, 2011


How do you set the chainsaw down when not using it? You're supposed to lay it on the flat side when not in use, or it will leak.

Stihl Chainsaw... | Answered on Jul 06, 2011


Probably need to adjust the high and low speed settings on the carburetor.
See your owners manual for location and adjustment procedures.

Stihl Chainsaw... | Answered on Apr 12, 2011


It sounds like you may have something stuck in the oiler port or groove of the bar. You can use the pointy end of the chain file guide to clean the bar out and give it a shot again.
Good luck

Stihl Chainsaw... | Answered on Apr 08, 2011


Removing the Oil Pump
  • 1

    Pull off the spark plug's rubber boot. Unscrew the spark plug with the socket wrench. Remove the spark plug and insert the piston stop tool into the hole. Remove the starter cover and turn the flywheel by hand until the piston contacts the stop tool.

  • 2

    Unscrew the brake band's cover screws with the star Allen wrench. Remove the brake spring from its anchor pin with the end of the screwdriver. Caution: this spring is under a lot of pressure and may pop out unexpectedly. Remove the brake band from its seat on the crankshaft.

  • 3

    Remove the E-clip that holds the washer, sprocket and clutch drum to the crankcase. Pull them off the crankshaft. Unscrew the clutch's bolt with the socket wrench. Loosen the bolt clockwise and remove from the crankshaft. Pull off the washer. Remove the clutch shoes and the clutch spring.

  • 4

    Twist the worm and drive spring clockwise and remove them from the crankshaft. Unscrew the oil pump's mounting screws. Take the oil pump off its seat and remove from the crankshaft. Remove the bottom washer.

  • 5

    Disassemble the oil pump. Knock out the spring pin on the bottom with a punch. Pull the bottom control bolt from its hole and remove the O-rings. Pull the end plug off housing and remove the pump piston, spring and washer.



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Stihl Chainsaw... | Answered on Mar 20, 2011


karey678,

Remove the bar and chain assembly. You may have to remove the sawdust from the oil hole to find it but it will be opposite the hole in the bar ahead of the drive sprocket on the top half of the bar. Usually when you remove the bar and chain the hole can be identified by the oily sawdust in the area that I just mentioned.

Thanks for using FixYa and for the great rating.

hardrocko

Stihl Chainsaw... | Answered on Oct 13, 2010


You might try posting in the automotive section. You can get a manual from the manufacturer and look it up there.This is the plumbing pumps section not chain saws.

Stihl Plumbing | Answered on Jun 18, 2014


The pressure produced by a pump depends on it's capacity and efficiency, the power of the motor driving the pump and the resistance of the pipework.
Without the resistance provided by the usual pipework the pump produces negligible pressure and just merely moves the liquid.

Given the motor power and pump capacity/efficiency are fixed values, the only reason the pressure would increase is the resistance provided by the pipework has increased.

Plumbing | Answered on Jul 30, 2020


Visit Lowes or Northern Tools stores to ask for assistance.

Plumbing | Answered on Jul 02, 2020


If it isn't too late, I have a single crystal knob also. Couldn't find another when one of mine broke, so I bought two in the chrome finish. Let me know if you're interested in my (unbroken!) crystal knob.

Plumbing | Answered on Jun 30, 2020


  1. Step 1: TURN OFF WATER.
  2. Step 2: PRY OFF HANDLE.
  3. Step 3: REMOVE HANDLE FROM ASSEMBLY.
  4. Step 4: REMOVE THE RETAINING NUT.
  5. Step 5: REMOVE THE RETAINING CLIP.
  6. Step 6: REMOVE THE O-RING.
  7. Step 7: REPLACE THE CARTRIDGE.
  8. Step 8: REINSTALL THE O-RING.

Plumbing | Answered on Jun 17, 2020


I doubt the kitchen tap is actually turning itself on - or is it?
Perhaps fluctuations in water pressure are defeating the tap...

More details would have been helpful, such as mentioning the tap design (traditional or quarter turn type?) and when the hammering noise happens?

Hammering is often caused by a worn tap. When turned partly on the jumper can vibrate and cause the pressure in the pipe to fluctuate and magnify the noise, especially when there is a long run of pipe that is inadequately clipped to the wall...

Plumbing | Answered on Jun 06, 2020


OPEN A FAUCET IN THE KITCHEN AND WAIT IF WATER COMES THEN YOU HAVE NO PROBLEM MY GUESS IS THERE IS TOO MUCH AIR PRESSURE IN THE TANK . IF YOU HAVE AN ELECTRIC WATER HEATER YOU HAVE ALREADY BURNT THE ELEMENTS OUT IN IT

Plumbing | Answered on May 26, 2020


How to Remove the Sprayer on a Moen 7900 Faucet
  1. Turn off the valves under the sink by rotating the valve handles counterclockwise.
  2. Hold the hose in one hand and push upward on the hydrolock connection with the other to disconnect the sprayer from the diverter. ...
  3. Pull the sprayer straight upward and out of the guide.
https://homeguides.sfgate.com/remove-sprayer-moen-7900-faucet-83422.html

Plumbing | Answered on May 19, 2020


HOW MANY DIFFERENT ONES ARE IN THE BATHROOM?USE HEAD FOR SOMETHING BESIDES A HAT RACK

Plumbing | Answered on May 10, 2020


The LED indicator light on the base of the faucet will start blinking red when it is time to change the batteries. If the batteries are not replaced in time, the faucet will still function with manual operation. ... Place the battery pack as close to the floor of the cabinet as possible.
https://worldwide.deltafaucet.com/customersupport/faq/touch2o+technology/index.html

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CVtLpdxJbSU

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vf9xf3vMsGM

Plumbing | Answered on May 09, 2020

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