Model #358360871 CRAFTSMAN Chainsaw, Gas

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Q:

replacing primer bulb and fuel lines. 358360871 Craftsman Chainsaw

A:

Thank you for choosing SearsPartsDirect.com. Those are both wonderful questions! For the primer bulb, First, you need to remove the air filter cover. Then remove the screws that secure the starter assembly to the saw. Once the starter is removed, you will see the two screws that secure the primer to the saw. Remove the screws and gently pull the primer out so you can access the lines on the backside of it. Before removing the lines, make note of the fuel line connections. Then remove the fuel lines and discard the old primer. Connect the new primer to the lines and reassemble the unit in the reverse order. As for the fuel lines, I do not have specific schematics on how to replace them but I have included a picture of how they should go. I hope this helps you! have a great day.

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Samantha A -
Sears Technician
November 12, 2013
Q:

chain saw bar oil leaks alot when on Craftman 18"/ 42cc model# 358360871

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I can see your having issues with your Craftsman Chain Saw and I bet this can be very stressful. I found a question in Manage My Life under the Answers button that is similar to the one you asked below. This question will give you a good suggestion, while your waiting on an expert answer. I attached the link below, I hope this helps!!!!!

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Raquel F -
October 02, 2010
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Thank you for your question. The chain saw has an oiler that pumps when ever the engine is running. It does not matter if you are cutting or not the engine just has to be running. If the saw is sitting on the ground, running it will leave a puddle of oil. On average, the saw should use a tank of oil to a tank of fuel. If the saw is using more than this I suspect a problem with the oil discharge. If the tube for the discharge is broken it is allow more oil to flow out. I have added an image below showing where the oil discharge is. You have to remove the bar and chain to access the oil discharge. The plate that I have marked in blue can be difficult to remove. Use a flat blade screwdriver to pry it up and off the studs. Inspect the oiler and tubes for oil leaking. You can carefully run the saw with it taken apart to see the oiler working.

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Mark T -
Sears Technician
October 04, 2010
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