We carry replacement parts, repair parts and accessories for 3 Worx Chainsaw models
Your Worx chainsaw comes in handy whenever you need to do significant brush clearance or tree trimming. If it sits unused for much of the year, however, you may find it running a bit roughly when you pull it out of the garage. To bring your chainsaw back to prime working condition, run through these basic troubleshooting tips.
If your chainsaw's gasoline supply has been sitting unused for many months, you may have trouble getting the saw to start. This is because gas accumulates moisture as it sits and is therefore unable to ignite properly. Solve this problem by changing the fuel, and while you're at it, change the fuel filter. Remember to drain the chainsaw of fuel before you store it each year so that you don't find this issue waiting for you.
Your chainsaw's fuel lines are among the chainsaw repair parts that can become brittle as they sit waiting for use. Inspect the fuel lines closely for any cracks, and replace them if needed.
The carburetor in your chainsaw is responsible for mixing fuel and air in the proper proportions so that the saw starts and runs well. If your chainsaw is having trouble starting, or if it's running roughly, and you've checked the other items on this list, you may need to give your carburetor a little chainsaw repair help. You can buy kits to rebuild your carburetor, though it may be simplest and most cost effective to replace it.
Sears PartsDirect carries all the basic maintenance supplies and the parts you need for any repair to your chainsaw. To get started, choose your model from the list above, click the chat button or call 1-800-252-1698 for maintenance help.