We carry replacement parts, repair parts and accessories for 29 Remington Chainsaw models
Remington chainsaws make easy work of logs and hedges, keeping lawns looking clean and tidy throughout the year. Chainsaws can begin to be difficult to start over time, however, so remember these easy tips to ensure your chainsaw stays in good condition and starts quickly every time.
During long-term storage, drain the tool of fuel, and then refill the tank with fresh, new fuel when bringing the chainsaw out of storage. This prevents the engine from becoming damaged and needing chainsaw repair parts. When refilling, check the owner's manual to find the proper ratio of fuel and oil to keep the engine running smoothly and starting easily.
Examine the fuel lines and tank for any cracks or damage. If the damage can be repaired, do so, or replace the part using chainsaw repair help guides. Getting insufficient fuel due to a leak can cause issues with starting, as can a flooded engine. If the engine is flooded, turn the choke lever off and hold the throttle until the engine is cleared.
If the chainsaw does not start, remove the spark plug and examine it for damage and replace it if damage is found. Most spark plugs need replaced once a year, though some manuals recommend a shorter time. If the spark plug is dirty and covered with debris, clean it thoroughly and replace it, then try again. If cleaning does not work, the plug may need to be replaced.
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