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Just been serviced but it ran at max speed on starting , adjusted the idle speed but noisy,
Experienced gardeners share their insights in answering this question :
Probably the servicing and/or reassembly was done incorrectly

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When your chain engages the sprockets in your application, it will make noise. The roller chain striking the tooth bottom creates a metal on metal noise you`d expect. Additionally, as roller chain engages and disengages a sprocket, the interaction between roller, bushing, and pin can all create noise.
If your chain is dry, dirty, or rusted, binding can be occurring in the rollers of your chain, causing squeaking or even jumping over the teeth in your cassette and chain rings. If your chain seems to be moving freely, then it could be dirty or seized bearings in your derailleur jockey wheels (or chain guide pulley).
A squeaky chain needs to be lubed. Do this by placing the bike in a stand or by leaning it against a wall with the drivetrain facing you so that the pedals can spin freely. Drip a drop of lube on each chain link as you pedal backwards with your hand. Continue to pedal backwards to work in the lube.
Idler sprockets, chain tensioner: These types of components are used in applications where the drive chain may experience slack due to long lengths, non-adjustability of the driven shaft or where the chain has to be guided around an obstruction. They prevent chain whipping and uneven distribution of load.
The grinding and crunching sound is most likely dirt that the fresh lube moves around until it gets thick again, sticking the dirt away from the metal to metal contact points.
Worn sprocket teeth are clingy. They hold on to the chain longer than needed. Sometimes the chain can even climb the teeth. This interaction will make a lot of noise.
A lax timing chain, or worse, a broken timing chain with loose parts within the engine, will produce a rattling sound when your car is idling. This rattling sound is typically most prominent while the engine heats up and disappears after some time.
Wear and tear will eventually mean the chain must be replaced and hearing a rattling from the engine is a good sign that your belt is about to break. If you suspect that your timing chain needs to be replaced, visit a trusted mechanic as soon as possible.

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Is the rubber on the drive wheel on the snapper mower fixed to the metal hub? The rubber wheel part of the drive is not securely attached to the metal frame and slips when the mower goes up hill. Should I replace the drive wheel?
ANSWER : Yes, it may have gotten excessive oil on it and swelled the rubber. Replace the drive wheel.

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On my Husqvarna Rancher 455 the oiler was not pumping at all. This happened after I replaced the spur sprocket with a rim sprocket. I noticed the rim sprocket doesn’t have the “dogs” to drive the oil pump. Changing back to the spur sprocket fixed the problem. Is there a rim sprocket that will work on this saw?
ANSWER : I’m not aware of a rim sprocket that will work with the saw.

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I broke a tooth on the sprocket that drives the chain
ANSWER : Sprockets are a wear item. Just like your bar/chain. Depending on the brand of the saw, it should be readily available as it is designed to be replaced easily and quickly.

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My chain binds on the sprocket and will not turn. have replaced the chain
ANSWER : Remove the bar and chain and examine the sprocket teeth for excess wear or other damage. Make sure the chain ‘pitch’ (the distance between the drive teeth) matches the sprocket pitch. If the sprocket is badly damaged, the entire clutch should be replaced. Hope this helps!

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Oil pump not working – Husqvarna , No.455 Rancher, 20" Gas – Powered Chainsaw
ANSWER : The oil pump is adjustable ( 3 position ) the adjuster screw is under the crankcase below the sprocket, there is also a filter on the end of the pick up hose, you can gently pry this out of the oil tank, there it is a grommet fit into the tank, there is also a nylon drive gear driven by the back of the drive sprocket, this may be damage and not turning the pump shaft.

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Replacing drive and auger belts on a John Deere 1032 snowthrower
ANSWER : You don’t need to remove the any lever linkages but you will need to remove some of the pulleys.If you can give an exact model number of the tractor it would help.

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How to change drive belt – Huskee Tractor Replacement Riding Lawn Mower 42" Deck Mulching Kit fits Huske
ANSWER : Step 1 – Loosen tension and remove belt. Locate the adjustment fastener and loosen it. …
Step 2 – Inspect drive and drive pulleys. Check the drive and pulley wheels. …
Step 3 – Select correct replacement belt. …
Step 4 – Install V-belt. …
Step 5 – Correctly tension new belt. …
Step 6 – Start the engine.

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Drive belt Have replace drive belt but mower still has no forward movement. Mower is only 2 years old but its already had to have another drive belt installed by the dealer last year. wanted to do it myself but when i install belt theres hardly any tension so mower doesnt move. Checked and rechecked the diagram and is installed correctly. Cant find a tensioner adjustment if it has one.
ANSWER : I don’t have an answer for you, but Do you have a diagram of the Drive Belt?

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