I Can Not Fix This ChainSaw – Video



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21 thoughts on “I Can Not Fix This ChainSaw – Video

  1. My Dad accidentally backed over a chainsaw with D7 Cat bulldozer…you could try that. Problem solved🤣
    He just said " oh well' they're making new ones every day.

  2. I'd take it apart and let it soak in a hot ultrasonic cleaner full of yamalube carb cleaner. That stuff does wonders. I bet it's an oil ports and or check ball stuck.

  3. After an extended look at the lubrication schematic, I'm pretty sure that the thiggymawumple is not seated properly in the dugudoodle so oil doesn't develop enough pressure to pass through the hogglestint. Or it's just broke. I'd send it to Steve's Mall Engine Saloon I if were you.

  4. My comment is a bit late sorry. If the drive gear is still good, an the pump is good she's blocked with crud. I usually clean the storage tank out remove the inner filter an put very small bursts of compressed air into the oil pickup an sometimes a bit of carb cleaner in the exit port to soften it up. It will do a little pop if something shoots out. Hopefully you get on top of it. Cheers Mark

  5. well you definitely need to do a breakdown video of the oiler system but I know with the only oil system near that one that I have dealt with had a small ball barring stuck behind a spring loaded needle valve. Maybe a video of a breakdown will have someone notice something the rest of us done.

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