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#1 Homelite chainsaw blowing oil out muffler

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Community Links User Tagging Statistics. User Tag List Reply. Chainsaw blowing oil out of exhaust? I tried to start my Stihl chainsaw for the first time this year but it wouldn't Homelite chainsaw blowing oil out muffler. I changed the plug and put in fresh fuel, but every time I pull the starter rope, oil sprays out of the exhaust and it hasn't acted like it was every going to fire off. How do I check for spark? Pull plug, attatch plug wire, ground plug, crank engine. I'll give it a try. Quote message in reply? In order to be able to post messages on the Power Equipment Forum: Power Equipment Forums forums, you must first register. Please enter your desired user name, Homelite chainsaw blowing oil out muffler email address and other required details in the form below. BB code is On. Power Equipment Forums Archive Top. For the best viewing experience please update your browser to Google Chrome. Average penis size chart with age Advertisements Sponsored Links. Power Equipment Forum Advertisement. Options Quote message in reply? Password Please enter a password for your user account. Note that passwords are case-sensitive.

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I shouldn't be allowed to operate power tools anymore, but whatever I was mowing my yard when I hit a piece of hidden wood. A piece of wood jammed against the side of the lawnmower and the blade, which required me to flip it on its side and dislodge the chunk of wood. After I removed the wood, I put the mower back into its right position and took a break It's hot out.. After my minute break, I went to start it to finish cutting and it was belching out white smoke, and leaking and spitting oil out of the muffler. My father and I took a look at it finding nothing, but I took off the air filter cover and there was also an oily residue in there, more than normal. What could be wrong with it? I had a whole tank of gas drain out of my timemaster while sitting in the garage for 2 days. I added gas and it barely started, then cut off after 20 seconds. It started a few other times for a short period, then blew out white smoke and drips of oil from the exhaust. What could be the problem here? I have a craftsman Lt with a I adjusted the valves and now the engine is smoking white smoke and blowing a little oil out of the exhaust. Carburetor shut off not working. Drain the oil, pull the spark plug and let the gas evaporate. Put an inline shutoff on the gas line. I bought used craftsman LT Fixed carb and adjusted valves adjust ignition coil but when inStarted it , it started to smoke blueish and whitish smoke out of exhast burning oil. I thought valve seals but i opened air cleaner cover and saw oil in...

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Homepage Today's Posts Search Register. Page 1 of 3 1 2 3 Last Jump to page: Results 1 to 10 of Chainsaw has no power and blowing oil from exaust The saw starts first pull and runs fine but it has no power I have adjusted the carb. It is also blowing a brown oil from the exaust smokes a lot. Chainsaw has no power and blowing oil from exaust what brand saw we talking about?? A Fredricks Yanmar D 07 Dodge 5. Chainsaw has no power and blowing oil from exaust Its a sthil think its from the late s. Chainsaw has no power and blowing oil from exaust Last time you fueled it up, did you put bar oil in the fuel and fuel in the bar oil? It is easy to mix up the caps on an old Stihl. Chainsaw has no power and blowing oil from exaust Yeah drain out the fuel and start with a can of the premix stuff or something. It has the right ratio. Or the saw is worn out and time to be a wall hanger. Chainsaw has no power and blowing oil from exaust. Originally Posted by Treemonkey Yeah drain out the fuel and start with a can of the premix stuff or something. Chainsaw has no power and blowing oil from exaust Sounds like your muffler may be carboned up. Try removing it and cleaning out all the gunk in it. I had a weedeater that did the exact same thing and it was the muffler baffles stopped up. Chainsaw has no power and blowing oil from exaust I have never had that problem. Extended periods of idle and cutting at less then wide open throttle. Overly rich carb will contribute and that can be corrected. I would...

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Started by tstex on Chainsaws. Started by isawlogs on General Board. Please login or register. Send this topic Print. I know I saw a posting here a few months ago where the saw was blowing fuel back from the carb and wetting the air filter. I have a similar problem with a leaf blower. It ran fine for many years and then wouldn't start. I took off the carb. I had to pour fuel directly into the carb. It ran sort of OK for a few minutes then stalled and would start only by pouring more fuel down the carb. I replaced all the fuel lines, confirmed the fuel filter is OK and pulled the muffler to confirm it's not plugged and the piston is not scored. I got it to run but it won't rev. I took apart the carb. Another observation is that the Lo speed jet adjustment doesn't seem to do anything no matter where I set it, as long as it's open somewhat. What do you all think? John, who needs to clean up a bunch of leaves. Check to see if there is a spark arrestor screen in the muffler. If there is, then remove it and even waller out the exhaust outlet a little bit with a prydriver. Then slap it back together and fire it up. I have gotten two perfectly running blowers out of neighbor's garbage cans and fixed them this way. No spark arrestor and no obstructions. I was hoping that would be it, but no luck. Stihl Looking for the fountain of middle age. My guess is worn rings. The compression is forcing the mix past the rings and onto the air filter, Ken. Hmm, time to get out the compression tester and see what it shows. Thanks for the...

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The HoH Help Center. Thanks for the replies, I got some of the synthetic mix and some fresh gas, tried the saw and it cranked right up. I had put a kit in the carb, before I tried to start the saw. Also replaced all the fuel and oil lines and got a new fuel filter. Shut it off to reread the instructions for setting the carb, and now when I try to crank it all I get is fuel coming out of the muffler. It has not fired up at all since the first time I cranked the saw. The plug is firing, and I even tried a new plug, still no run. Any ideas as to the problem?? I removed the carb and readjusted the needle valve control arm, cleaned the spark arrestor in the muffler, reassembled the saw and it ran great!!! Thanks to all who gave solutions to my problems Dec 14, A great asset to the board. Dec 13, The 20MCS was Homelite's first gas chainsaw. How are you testing the spark? I assume you are grounding the plug and then pulling the rope. This is OK but you should not have to pull the rope hard and fast. A gentle pull should get a spark. Dry the plug and check for spark. How is the compression? These saws have a small rewind pulley so you should feel a pretty good pulse. Carburetor next, here is a picture: Item 8 is the screen, you didn't forget it did you? If something is holding the needle open you will have gas. Make sure all the diaphragms and gaskets are installed in the correct sequence. Check the spring that controls the lever. Make sure it is in its hole and under the dimple on the...

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Jun 17, - After my minute break, I went to start it to finish cutting and it was belching out white smoke, and leaking and spitting oil out of the muffler. I recently posted a request for a gas/oil mix for this saw. off to reread the instructions for setting the carb, and now when I try to crank it all I get is fuel coming out of the muffler. The 20MCS was Homelite's first gas chainsaw Leaking Oil Out of Muffler. Oct 2, - I tried to start my Stihl chainsaw for the first time this year but it I pull the starter rope, oil sprays out of the exhaust and it hasn't acted like it  Missing: homelite ‎| ‎Must include: ‎homelite.

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