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Offline Overkill

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tearing down an 019T
« on: August 26, 2014, 05:21:49 pm »
any hints to breaking down the saw?  Gotta get to the carb....
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Re: tearing down an 019T
« Reply #1 on: May 25, 2015, 07:02:02 pm »
Well I have a 019T that I am working on.   The owner had this saw worked on by some one else and could not get it running.
I took it on because he offered me a saddle for free and I had been looking for one.

So I have the saw all tore down and so far I have found the coil rubbing on the flywheel, the fuel line pinched, and the metering diaphragm in backwards.   It is a Walbro carb.    Not a service friendly design and is a reed valve, clamshell, open port engine.    Sure glad that stiihl changed the carb location on the 200T.
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