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Dolmar 6400/7300/7900 Workshop Manual
« on: February 05, 2014, 03:31:34 pm »
If you have the complete workshop manual I would like a copy I already have the IPL thanks to C4F.
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Re: Dolmar 6400/7300/7900 Workshop Manual
« Reply #1 on: February 05, 2014, 04:15:10 pm »
I posted it here before.  Dolmar 7900 7300 6400 service manual.  http://www.baileysonline.com/PDF/6400to79001_repairmanual.pdf

If I run into the other ones I'll bump or merge later.

I got it saved for emails too if link dont work.
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Re: Dolmar 6400/7300/7900 Workshop Manual
« Reply #2 on: February 05, 2014, 04:41:45 pm »
Take a close look, it is actually an IPL with torque specs. I already downloaded it.
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Re: Dolmar 6400/7300/7900 Workshop Manual
« Reply #3 on: February 05, 2014, 04:58:52 pm »
I see 44 pages of instructions on how to take each assembly apart.

Replacing the springs
If the chain moves at engine speeds below 3200 rpm,
replace the springs (024.184.021).
Remove and replace the springs with needle-nose
pliers.
Insert the centrifugal weights with the
TOP
lettering
towards the outside.
Careful! The springs can fly out and cause injury.
Assembly note: Disassemble the starter assy to
prevent a damage of the starter ratchets.
Push the disc washer
1
into the clutch.
Use the assembly wrench (944.500.570) to tighten
the clutch.
The lug
3
of the clutch drum should not be on the
arms of the oil pump drive
2
.
Replace the muffler gasket
4
(965.531.130
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Re: Dolmar 6400/7300/7900 Workshop Manual
« Reply #4 on: February 05, 2014, 05:00:25 pm »
etc

Oil lines
The oil screen
1
must be cleaned periodically.
The oil suction line
2
connects the oil tank and oil
pump.
When inserting the suction line into the hole in the
crankcase coat the collar with silicone paste
(980.007.100).
Note the position of the lug
3
!
Then insert the angle nipple
4
and oil hose
5
.
The oil pressure line
6
links the oil pump and the
guide bar connection.
Adjusting the supply rate
CAUTION: The adjustment range is smaller than
1/4 turn (70∞)!
The oil supply rate is regulated with the adjusting
screw
7
. The adjusting screw is on the bottom of the
housing.
The oil pump is factory adjusted to a medium supply
rate.
To change the setting, use a screwdriver (max. 5
mm tip) to turn the adjusting screw:
Right for reduced oil supply
Left for more oil supply
Even very small turns of adjusting screw
7
influence
the amount of oil supplied to the bar and chain
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Re: Dolmar 6400/7300/7900 Workshop Manual
« Reply #5 on: February 05, 2014, 05:00:55 pm »
Replacing the return spring
Disassemble the fan housing and cable drum, see
Page 21.
Careful: The spring is under tension and can pop
out when removing the cable drum.
CAUTION: Injury hazard! Broken springs can pop
out! Wear protective goggles and protective
gloves!
Replacement return springs are delivered pre-ten-
sioned in the cable drum.
CAREFUL, the spring can
pop out.
If it does, it can be put back in as shown in
the diagram.
Before installing the new return spring and the spring
cartridge in the fan housing, grease both lightly with
multipurpose grease (944.360.000)
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Re: Dolmar 6400/7300/7900 Workshop Manual
« Reply #6 on: February 05, 2014, 05:01:35 pm »
44 pages with pics and how to tear apart and put back together  is what I am seeing
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Re: Dolmar 6400/7300/7900 Workshop Manual
« Reply #7 on: February 05, 2014, 09:06:04 pm »
Cool, I must have been looking at the wrong stuff!
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