20 Most Recent Stihl Ts 510 760 Cut Off Saw Repair Manual - Page 3 Questions & Answers


need to know which filter was replaced, air or fuel? Also, is saw being used at different elevation than when it ran ok?

Stihl Saws | Answered on Aug 03, 2018


The idle speed is set too low. Check your manual and make the adjustment.

Stihl Saws | Answered on Apr 13, 2018


Order from Stihl or almost any plant hire workshop.

In case of difficulty or you need to save money India and China produce cheap replacement carbs for almost everything.

Stihl Saws | Answered on Jan 06, 2018


check the fuel line inside of the fuel tank, the lines get cracks in them and some just brake off, the line= (hose)

Stihl Saws | Answered on Nov 29, 2017


Replace The blade.

Stihl Saws | Answered on Aug 09, 2017


I found a parts diagram for a Stihl TS400 CutQuick concrete saw here: http://www.sawagain.com/stihl-concrete-saws-1/ . The direct link to the parts diagram is http://www.hellumdiamant.com/filarkiv/File/Sthil/ts400.pdf . I found some of the parts shown in the user manual as well. The manual is available here: https://www.stihlusa.com/WebContent/CMSFileLibrary/instructionmanuals/TS400_Manual.pdf . See page 44 for that parts diagram.

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells

Stihl Saws | Answered on Jul 18, 2017


I think if you have ordered a new ignition coil without give-up the serialnumber and year of build of the engine as the most important cause in this kind of disappointments because often there can be made a modification on the coil AND flywheel. both on new models and even the sparkplug changed for better heat degree
Some sellers have are not interesting and often do not know about it themselves, but giving the details on forehand there shall be a book opened. in the differences about modifications.
By themselves they do not usually, as long as it sells, because marketing technical based modifications are common on much technical tools and instruments.
Comparable the different revisions by bios on computer mainboards and software

If the right sparkplug and coil and the right flywheel are used then its impossible it will not function IF THERE IS NO PROBLEM WITH THE ' on / off ' SWITCH ...

Stihl Saws | Answered on Apr 15, 2017

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Install a Stihl Fastener into new component material


When installing screws into new components, lubricate the threads liberally, then start to gently turn the screw in the tightening direction. As the screw starts to engage, increase the amount of pressure and turning force required to completely engage the screw to its final placement.
*please note: threading aluminum takes more torque (7-11 ft lbs) than polymer components (4-7 ft lbs) On polymer components, stop tightening when the component is tightened into place.

on Feb 02, 2017 | Stihl Saws

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Installing Stihl fastening screws into used components


When installing screws into used components, gently rotate the screw backwards until the threads on the bolt go past the threads already in the component, then start to gently turn the screw in the tightening direction. (the reason is: you do not want to cut new threads, as this will damage and remove the current thread material, and the hole will be too big as a result)
Put a small amount of lubricant (oil, thread oil, ect) and proceed to tighten the screw(bolt).

on Feb 02, 2017 | Stihl Saws

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Make your own engine 'piston-stop' tool


The use of a piece of recoil rope will not damage the piston, and if it gets stuck, reverse the rotation, remove rope, and try inserting it again.
1) Using a 12" piece of recoil rope, or similar size rope,
2) Remove the spark plug,
3) Feed about 6-8" of rope into the cylinder,
4) Rotate the flywheel in the direction of rotation that matches the removal of the flywheel nut or clutch
*note: all flywheel nuts are 'right-hand' or clock-wise to tighten threads
all drive clutches are 'left-hand' or counter clock wise to tighten threads

on Jan 30, 2017 | Stihl Saws

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How to remove a chain saw flywheel


The official way to remove it is a 'Knock-off-tool' right hand threads matched to the size of nut that holds the flywheel tight. A 2 or 3 jawed puller will not remove the flywheel, and guaranteed damage will occur. Flywheels and crankshafts have a tapered design, so when installed with a nut, the taper tightens as the nut is tightened.
OK, you probably do not have one of those on your work bench, so lets make one or something like it.
1) Remove spark plug,
2) Insert a 12" piece of recoil rope (use about 6 or 8 inches) into the plug hole.
3) Rotate the flywheel counter clockwise until the rope has bunched itself into the top of the cylinder, stopping the piston before 'top-dead-center'
*note: this would act as a replacement for a 'piston stop'. The rope is soft, so no damage to piston or cylinder will occur. If the rope gets caught on a cylinder port, you can back up the rotation, pull the rope out, and retry inserting the rope.
4) After removing the original flywheel nut (right hand threads, so righty-tighty, lefty-loosy) *Try to measure how much torque is required to remove the nut, this will be helpful on reassembly.
purchase 2 like sized nuts, thread them onto the crankshaft (but not against the flywheel, leave them loose) so that the end of the crankshaft is not above the last nut.
5) Turn the saw over to position the flywheel up, with a medium weight ball-pean hammer, strike the top nut with a good sharp wrap.
**note: Do NOT hit at an angle, use a square, straight down strike. Do NOT strike the end of the crankshaft. 2 strikes should do it, grasp the flywheel to check to see if it has loosened.
6) When reinstalling the flywheel and nut, tighten with the same force as when removing. Each engine has an official flywheel nut torque.

on Jan 30, 2017 | Stihl Saws

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