We carry replacement parts, repair parts and accessories for 6 Solo Chainsaw models
The Solo brand combines innovative German engineering and durable materials to produce chainsaws that fell trees with little stress on the user. A chainsaw that runs rough or cuts out is cause for concern as its efficiency may be compromised, adding hours to your cutting time and potentially posing a safety hazard. Try these quick fixes to get your Solo chainsaw roaring like new again.
A sputtering chainsaw may mean that the carburetor is not properly mixing air and fuel, which can happen if the carburetor is clogged or damaged. Dismantle and clean the carburetor thoroughly before trying the chainsaw again. If the piece appears damaged, find a replacement from the collection of chainsaw repair parts on Sears PartsDirect.
A dirty or worn spark arrestor can cause your Solo chainsaw to cut out as it is cannot filter exhaust system debris, so clean it regularly to maximize the performance of your machine. For chainsaw repair help, remove the muffler cover, unscrew the mesh spark arrestor screen and use some needle-nosed pliers to clean the screen.
Stale fuel that has been sitting in the tank for months at a time can make a chainsaw run rough or not start at all as droplets of moisture accumulate in the fuel. Switch out the old fuel with new fuel mixed in the proper proportions according to the user manual, and take a moment to inspect the fuel pipes for damage.
When you want to replace a damaged part on your trusty Solo chainsaw, trust Sears PartsDirect for all your repair needs. For additional help or parts specific to your chainsaw, choose your model from the list above, click the chat button, or call 1-800-252-1698.