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This is an OEM fuel filter and is sold individually. This repair is very easy and will only take a few minutes. It is also a very important maintenance task that should be done regularly. This part is...
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This clip fits lawn and gardening tools. The clip secures the fuel filter to the fuel line on the unit. *Please note: the clip is sold separately. Refer to the manual provided by the manufacturer for ...
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This washer fits gardening tools such as hedge trimmers, leaf blowers, chainsaws, engines, power brooms, tillers, water pumps, concrete saws, and cultivators. *Please note: this is sold individually. ...
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November 30, 2022
My shindawa chain saw has a lot of compression and its hard to pull the starting cord if i pull the plug out it pull easy
For model number 450
Hello Anthony, thank you for contacting us. Please note that carbon build-up in the cylinder & piston, bad needle bearing, overused starter spring, old or bad fuel, etc can cause too much compression in Chainsaws. We would recommend cleaning the piston and cylinder with a brush to ensure that there is no carbon buildup. If you notice a damaged piston, we would recommend replacing it with a piston assembly, part number FIX9181076. Also, check the needle bearing, part number FIX9236865, and its spring, part number FIX8856783. Also, examine the recoil spring of the starter assembly and ensure that it is not damaged and is properly placed. Customer service is always available to help you place an order if you are having trouble doing so. Good luck with your repair.

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  • Customer:
    Keith from NORWOOD, NJ
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  • Difficulty Level:
    Really Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    Less than 15 mins
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Replace clogged fuel filter.
Thru fuel cap, insert copper wire with hook formed on end. Fish around until you grab the fuel line. Pull the fuel line and filter thru the fuel fill neck.
Pull off old filter and replace with new. Push back into fuel tank & be done.
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