Arrangement of the Manual
This workshop manual can be used in two different ways.
To repair a specific sub-assembly on a chainsaw.
To dismantle and reassemble a complete chainsaw.
Repairing a Specific Sub-Assembly
If a specific sub-assembly on the chainsaw needs to be repaired:
1. Look up the page referring to the relevant sub-assembly.
2. Follow the instructions under the headings:
Cleaning and Inspection
Dismantling and Reassembling the Entire Chainsaw
If the entire chainsaw is to be dismantled, follow the instructions under the heading Removal/Dismantling.
Work through the manual and follow instructions given in each section under the heading Removal/Dismantling.
Then follow all the Cleaning and Inspection instructions in each section.
Working from the back of the manual, follow all the instructions under the headings Refitting/Reassembly in reverse order.
Each of the sections covering removing/dismantling and refitting/reassembly include the relevant lubrication instructions and bolt torques for each stage of repair.
Construction and Function
This chapter gives a simple description of the chainsaw carburettor and its various parts.
These pages describe the most common faults that affect a chainsaw. They are divided into four different groups with the most likely faults described first.
The section that describes how to repair the chainsaws consists of detailed, step-by-step instructions. It explains in detail the special tools, lubricants and bolt torques that are needed when working on each component.
This workshop manual covers the following chainsaw models: