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The chain may not have the proper amount of tension. If the adjustment screw is too loose, the chain may not make good contact with the wood. If the chain is too tight, the chain may not rotate at the proper speed, causing the chain not to cut properly. To adjust the chain, tighten or loosen the adjustment screw.
The oil adjusting screw is just below the base of the chain and guide bar. Turn the screw counterclockwise toward the plus symbol, “+,” to increase the guide bar oil flow or clockwise to the minus symbol, “-,” to decrease the bar oil flow, says Garden Tools & Instruments.
If you run a chainsaw without bar oil, it`s likely that the chain will heat up and eventually break. This can cause extensive damage to the chainsaw and may even require a new chain and bar. It`s imperative that you use the correct amount of bar oil.
As their name suggests, automatic or fixed flow oilers provide a consistent amount of oil whenever the saw is running. Any time you use your saw, you`ll get the same amount of oil on your chain.
When you want to turn the engine off, the ignition switch is set to off, or a kill switch is depressed. This creates a circuit from the ignition coil straight to engine ground. Now, the circuit is grounded, and the spark plug no longer fires. This will cause your chainsaw to shut off.
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Poulan 2150, chain oiler not working. Chain is getting very hot.
Try to pour some gasoline only in the oiled tank and look if the gas comes out, if not the tank is clogged .
The automatic oiler it is not working what should you do to fix it
1-Try to clean the oil bowl and line.2-Check for a bolt and if find try to adjust by tighten it.If no bolt then change the oil pump diaphragm.If you need more help come back.Post /
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I KNOW THE SERIAL # BUT THE MODEL # IS WON OFF. HOW CAN I USE MY SERIAL # TO FIND THE MODEL #?
Take or call the saw shop and give them your serial # they should be able to tell you the model or take your saw down to the saw shop that sells your brand of saw and ask them. Good luck .
Poulan 2150 will not start
Take the muffler off and look inside.there is probbaly score marks on the piston.if there are the unit will need a piston and cylinder.starting fluid does nothing but burn pistons up,it drys the cylinder out so it has no lubercation
How do you reset the safety guard on a Poulan 2150?
You should be able to pull it straight back untill you hear it click.Pushing forward sets it.If it doesen’t click it may be broke or just to dirty to work.Take the side cover off and clean it out best you can.
How to repair or replace the oiler – Poulan Pro Chain Saw 46cc 20"
Remove the clutch and then its held in with 2 screws
The auto oiler for the chain is not working, what should i look for
try this steps and proceed from one to the next :
1. make sure you filled oil
2. clean the chain oil container with gasoline
3. try thinner oil
I have a poulan 2150 chainsaw and the chain never stops spinning. how do i adjust it to stop spinning when i am not cutting?
Firstly consult your manual regarding carburettor settings. There should be a high and low speed adjustment on the saw, often called or labeled as “L” and “H”. These are often located on the main motor body, closer to the handle on one side and require a screwdriver or similar to adjust. They might be buried and you have to look down the adjustment holes in the outer body to see the screws. Basically you need to adjust the “L” or low idle screw.Firstly, warm up the chainsaw and allow it to get up to temperature… The blade, as you say will probably be spinning still with hands off the throttle… Grab your screwdriver and adjust the “L” or low idle screw turning it counter-clockwise (at least on most saws) very slowly until the chain just stops turning on the bar. If you go to far you may stall the motor. You just want the chain to have just stopped moving on the bar, and that is your “L” setting position…Has to be done with a warm engine though.Please rate this solution on FixYa!Thanks.