Chainsaw repair guides
Whether it's a gummed-up carburetor or a leaking fuel line, our step-by-step repair guides can help you get your chainsaw back in action. And Sears PartsDirect has more chainsaw repair help for you, too, including DIY troubleshooting tips, maintenance advice and solutions for common symptoms. We have repair parts for major chainsaw brands such as Craftsman, McCulloch, Poulan and Snapper. Just search your model number to find a complete list of replacement parts for your chainsaw, then order the part you need.
These step-by-step repair guides will help you safely fix what’s broken on your chainsaw.
If the engine won't start even though there's fuel in the chainsaw, the carburetor could be the problem. Sometimes, it's easier to replace the carburetor than to clean it and rebuild it. Follow these steps to do the job yourself in about half an hour.
If your chainsaw isn't running well, a dirty carburetor could be the problem. You can take it apart, clean it and rebuild it, using a carburetor rebuild kit. This repair guide takes you through the process.
These tips may help you get your hard-to-start chainsaw running.
Put away your chainsaw the right way so it's ready the next time you need firewood.