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The header says you have a Homelite saw and if this correct you can go to Homelite.com and look up parts or other information that you might need for your saw. There is also a contact us area. Good luck
Posted on Feb 18, 2009
SOURCE: HOMELITE CHAIN SAWS
Go to: http://hcpi.arinet.com/scripts/EmpartISAPI.dll?MF&app=HNL531&...
This gets you to drawings and part numbers of the entire saw. Also, for an excellent article on the Walbro carburetor, go to: http://www.drystacked.com Hope this helps!
Posted on May 02, 2010
Well depending on how long he ran it for, i suspect, it has seized, in the Bore, this is what happens if there is no oil in the mix, it scours out the cylinder and eventually, gets too hot, and quite quickly, will melt and jam up inside the bore of the engine, you must hone the bore and replace with an over size piston, to repair. If it wasn't used for long, and it has just stopped going, then that's a little strange, as apart from the oil, the gas would still make it go fine....it's just missing a tiny, amount of oil, and as such burn leaner too, but should still run. You will have to troubleshoot, the gas, the spark, as usual in that case to see why. It maybe mixture, or spark plush maybe burnt out from the heat too, or instead of?.
Posted on May 12, 2010
Did you check for spark when the plug was out? It should be blue and snappy. If not, you need to expose the flywheel assembly by removing the left case cover, then remove the stop switch wire from the ignition module. If now sparks, check the stop switch and connecting wire for grounding. If still no spark, replace the ignition module. Use a thin businees card for a gap gauge--turn the magnets under the module, insert the card into the gaps, then loosen the mounting screws and let the module stick to the magnets. Tighten the screws and rotate the flywheel to remove the card, then turn the flywheel one full rotation and check that the gap doesn't close up at any point. If the original test had good spark, then pour some fuel mix into the plug hole and attempt start--if you get several pops, then check the fuel system. Start with checking the fuel filter which will commonly plug up over time and check the fuel lines for decay or damage. Does the primer button pull fuel into it when pumped several times? Go to: http://www.drystacked.com for a 12 page article on Walbro brand carburetor theory and trouble shooting. Note carefully the items within the lower chamber as they are critical to proper running. Hope this helps!
Posted on Jun 17, 2010
SOURCE: just got a homelite 33cc
Yes you do! The ratio is 50:1 fuel to oil. Be sure to use a modern synthetic saw oil available at home centers, hardware stores, and saw dealers. Be sure to use fresh fuel and mix the two in it's own container. Be sure to shake the container thoroughly each time just before refueling to prevent oil starvation in the engine. Don't make up more than one gallon at a time unless sawing is your business. Hope this helps!
Posted on Dec 16, 2010
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