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chainsaw repair help wanted
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 25541851:MV8yMDE2Nzk0XzMzODg5ODMzX0E0NTc5OEJE] Yep same mixture i have always used and i dumped out the old fuel and replaced it with new. Im thinking as well it might be a good idea to go with all electric chainsaws like another poster suggested in the future. Im off grid and have all the electricty i need to run a saw anyway and i have been replacing my small saws every year just about anyway. [/quote]
hi i have a homelight 46 cc chainsaw yes its a cheapie
i dont normally mess with these tiny motors but thought i have another go and have ended up frustrated as usual.
my question is about the carbs on these things. it is a carb
problem initially it would not start and run no matter what
without ether own the throat so i disasemble an cleane the carb because there was a very good chance of old fuel and
now i can get it to run with 3/4 choke but it shuts down
when the choke is removed.
i think i got the jets cleaned but could not work out how to
remove from the carb body is there some rubber gasket pump?
that could be causing this
and is this just a throw away job?
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