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1993 009 Stihl Chainsaw Parts List with Diagrams
« on: January 02, 2020, 11:46:55 pm »
Hello,
I just joined this list and am looking to find a parts list with diagrams for this saw. I purchased this saw new and am having some issues with it. Rebuilt carburetor, installed all new fuel lines and filter, cleaned muffler spark arrestor, new air filter, new spark plug. I can not get it to run for very long.  Last time I tried it became so flooded it developed a hydraulic sieze. Had to remove the plug and drain out the fuel.  I am dumbfounded about what is wrong.  I just discovered that it has a tank vent so I will look at that next. Any advice appreciated.  I used this saw regularly until 2015 when it would not idle and kept stalling. That is why I cleaned out the carb and installed new gaskets. Michael Connolly
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Re: 1993 009 Stihl Chainsaw Parts List with Diagrams
« Reply #1 on: January 03, 2020, 04:44:55 am »
Hi Michael

Which carburetor do you have on your saw? I think a Walbro WT series? Normally the lever height has to be on the same height as the carb body. Did you adjust the metering lever height in the carburetor correctly? If the lever is set too high, the engine will flood badly.

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Re: 1993 009 Stihl Chainsaw Parts List with Diagrams
« Reply #2 on: January 03, 2020, 08:52:47 am »
Hello,
I just joined this list and am looking to find a parts list with diagrams for this saw. I purchased this saw new and am having some issues with it. Rebuilt carburetor, installed all new fuel lines and filter, cleaned muffler spark arrestor, new air filter, new spark plug. I can not get it to run for very long.  Last time I tried it became so flooded it developed a hydraulic sieze. Had to remove the plug and drain out the fuel.  I am dumbfounded about what is wrong.  I just discovered that it has a tank vent so I will look at that next. Any advice appreciated.  I used this saw regularly until 2015 when it would not idle and kept stalling. That is why I cleaned out the carb and installed new gaskets. Michael Connolly
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Re: 1993 009 Stihl Chainsaw Parts List with Diagrams
« Reply #3 on: January 03, 2020, 10:45:10 am »
The Carb is a WT 29.  I was a bit confused about how to adjust the lever for the needle valve. Is this explained thoroughly in the Service Manual?  Are there any tricks to this adjustment? Now that I have more information I will retrace my work. Thank you for your response. Could a clogged tank vent cause this problem or the opposite = too lean?
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Re: 1993 009 Stihl Chainsaw Parts List with Diagrams
« Reply #4 on: January 03, 2020, 10:46:55 am »
Ray Benson,
Many thanks for the quick response. I have downloaded what you sent to me. This will be a Great help to me. Michael
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Re: 1993 009 Stihl Chainsaw Parts List with Diagrams
« Reply #5 on: January 04, 2020, 06:22:21 am »
The bad idle and stalling can be the result of a clogged tank vent. If the tank vent is clogged, the tank gets a vacuum and that can cause stalling and running issues, because not enough fuel can be drawn. In a case like this the mixture gets too lean. I have attached a pdf, where it is shown how to adjust the metering lever. Normally a gauge like in the picture is used for this. Important: The lever should just be touched by the gauge, it must not open the lever and needle.

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Re: 1993 009 Stihl Chainsaw Parts List with Diagrams
« Reply #6 on: January 04, 2020, 04:03:32 pm »
Hello DNX800,
The guage looks like an inverted W. Are all the legs of the W the same length? Can I just use a straight edge to set the lever? If I set the straight edge across the carburetor body will this not achieve the same thing?  Thanks for your patience and help. Michael
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Re: 1993 009 Stihl Chainsaw Parts List with Diagrams
« Reply #7 on: January 05, 2020, 04:25:06 am »
I see on my W gauge that the middle of the W is a little bit longer as the 2 other legs. I think it is possible to use a straight edge and put it on the carb body. Try it. Adjusting these levers can be a little bit tricky and often it has to be done 2 or 3 times until the right level is reached.

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Re: 1993 009 Stihl Chainsaw Parts List with Diagrams
« Reply #8 on: January 05, 2020, 08:01:00 am »
They are cheap and very handy.  They make them for W and  Z Zama

Way you use it depends on carb WT HD etc for lever height. As it goes on the other sides too.




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Re: 1993 009 Stihl Chainsaw Parts List with Diagrams
« Reply #9 on: January 05, 2020, 10:54:36 am »
Cut4Fun & DNX800,
Next question where do you purchase them or can they be made with the proper dimensions?
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