We carry replacement parts, repair parts and accessories for 3 Hitachi Chainsaw models
Hitachi chainsaws are fortified to withstand years of heavy-duty cutting and chopping, but problems with the fuel system may leave your tools powerless or operating roughly. Finding the right Hitachi replacement parts can help you service damaged fuel lines and tanks, giving your chainsaw the power to take on tough logging and landscaping projects.
When new or well-maintained Hitachi chainsaws won't start, the fuel may contain too much moisture, preventing the liquid from igniting and burning properly. Avoid leaving fuel in the tank during long periods of inactivity, which can cause water to build up. Drain the gas into a safe storage container, and refill the tank with fresh fuel. You may want to replace an old or clogged filter at the same time.
Fuel lines are thin plastic tubing that transport fuel between the tank and carburetor. Clogged or broken fuel lines can cut off the chainsaw's power or cause leakages, so carefully examine the tubing for subtle cracks or brittle texture. If chainsaw repair parts are necessary, consider taking photos of the original fuel lines before uninstalling them to make sure you connect the new parts exactly the same way.
Worn carburetors can trigger symptoms similar to fuel-system failures. One easy chainsaw repair help tip is to test how well the carburetor produces combustion. The carburetor should feed a combustible mix of fuel and oxygen into the compressor to help the spark plug ignite. Pour approximately a teaspoon of fuel into the carburetor, and pull the starter. If the engine starts and stops rapidly, the carburetor likely needs to be replaced.
Sears PartsDirect offers a broad selection of repair parts and tools to service your durable chainsaw equipment. To find compatible Hitachi parts, choose your model from the list above, click the chat button, or call 1-800-252-1698.