َchain saw repair
Chain saw is a powerful tool with various capabilities that can make pruning and cutting operations much easier and faster than tools such as chisel, ax and saw.
Nowadays, motor chains, also referred to as chainsaws and gasoline chainsaws, are a common tool that failing to perform the right service and maintenance program can cause damage to various parts of the machine.
In this article, we will try to explain some of the most common defects that can occur in a chain saw and how to troubleshoot this process using this guide. It goes without saying that specialized repairs require the assistance of a qualified technician who can help extend the service life of the machine by getting the help of a specialist. Here are some of the flaws.
1- The chain saw does not run.
The following is suggested for this problem.
Engine Candle: If your motor saw is not lit, the spark plug may be defective. To find out, open the spark plug and check it out. When reviewing the following:
The candle’s insulation may be broken.
Candle electrode may be burnt or damaged.
May be assembled on carbon or soot electrodes.
If you see such symptoms, you should replace a new candle.
Note: Checking and checking the chainsaw motor pile should be done on a weekly basis as well as referring to the machine catalog to find out when to replace the motor pile.
Carburetor: Carburetor may be blocked. Carburetion clogging and locking is often due to the lack of fuel in the engine for a long time. Over time, some of the compounds in the fuel have evaporated to form a thick, sticky layer.
This sticky fuel causes the carburetor to clog up and prevent the engine from starting. You can open the carburetor and clean and clean the entire carburetor when you are sure of the carburetor clog. If this problem persists after washing, you will need to replace a new carburetor.
Ignition coil chain saw:
It is the duty of the coil to transmit electrical voltage to the head of the spark plug when the machine is switched on. If there is a fault in the coil, the engine may not turn on too much. Make sure the motor is healthy before changing the coil. If the candle is healthy, test the coil tester. If ignition defects are detected, you must replace the coil.
Handle and Cable Start chain saw:
The handlebar end is mounted to the crankshaft to start by pulling the cable and rotating the crankshaft. If there is a defect in the connection of the starter cable to the crankshaft, the crankshaft will not rotate and as a result the motor saw will not turn on.
To make sure of this problem, remove the handle portion of the starter from the machine and check its components to make sure it works properly.
If you want to test the Handle Starter and its components to be healthy, do the following. Pull the starter cable. If it is healthy, the cable should be easily pulled out and the hub at the center of it should snap to the crankshaft and release the cable to the pulley.
If you see an abnormality during this test, it means you have to replace the handlebar in general.
The engine of the machine then turns on (stalling the engine):
To find out the cause of this problem, it is recommended to check the following.
Spark Plug: Spark Plug is a small metal plate that prevents the spark plug from being transferred to other components. Over time, with the accumulation of soot, this spark is blocked. If this ignition is blocked, your machine's engine will shut down or malfunction after it turns on, so-called engine ripping.
You can use a wire brush to clean the spark plug. Of course, it is advisable to replace the new one with the new one.
Carburetor: The clogging in the carburetor mentioned earlier can also cause the engine to stall. The solution is to fix the carburetor bug or replace a new one.
Fuel filter: The fuel filter may be blocked. Fuel filter blockage is often caused by the fuel remaining in the tank and obsolete as it passes the filter to the engine. As the fuel stays in the tank for a long time, some gasoline compounds evaporate, forming a thick, sticky layer.
The same sticky fuel can block the filter and eventually shut off the engine after starting (stalling the engine). If gasoline remains in the tank for a long time, drain it and replace the new gasoline.
Air Filter: The engine air filter may be dirty or blocked. If the air filter is blocked, the engine will get too much fuel and insufficient air. The so-called fuel-to-air ratio changes. The result is the engine stalling and ripping. Always check the air filter. If it gets clogged, replace it.
The chainsaw does not rotate:
The following is suggested to check for faulty chainsaw movement.
Clutch: To rotate the chainsaw, the clutch shafts with the drum must be engaged. If the clutch pads are worn, the machine engine will work but the clutch drums cannot be engaged so the chains cannot rotate. If the clutch pads are worn, you should replace the clutch assembly in general.
The summary of chain saw troubleshooting:
After purchasing a saw, be sure to refer to the device manual and read service and maintenance issues. Timely handling of these can prevent many possible defects in the saw. In this article, we tried to identify the most common defects that might occur for a chainsaw and how to fix it.
If you have purchased a valid brand saw, all of these and the bug fixes are included in the device catalog that can help with the troubleshooting process. In the end, it should be noted that you should leave the machine to a qualified repairer to repair the saws to avoid any defects in the future in addition to removing all defects in addition to extending the life of the machine.