Rebecca Kaminski: Excellant video
You're just giving the best advice for repairing a chain saw. But why only
small chain saws like Stihl MS 180? Perhaps it is possible to show the
changing of the handle and tank of a Stihl 036? Thanks in advance, hope you
have the opportunity...
All in all your videos are the best. Thank you very much...
GalaXy808 .: Good sharing!!!!
donyboy73: @khedookawsar i'll try when i get time
Khedoo Kawsar: hello. can you please upload a video for replacing oil pump in stihl ms
180. I live in Mauritius and there are no professionals here in chainsaw
maintenance. Thank You.
donyboy73: @yatsuchain yes there is an oil pump. is the chain jamming on the bar, mine
doesn't send much oil either but enough so it doesn't heat up and jamm up
on the bar
Zorack10: That's a great video and I don't even own a Stihl,very informative and if
ever do buy one and need a fuel line repair,this video will be the first
one to go to. You make it look so easy.
musictomyhears: thanks for your videos it really helps. I wonder if you have any video on
where you can tell how to replace the oil pump on stihl 018C or stihl ms390
. I did use only occasionally both chain saws the last time the chain came
on parts broken and notice there is no oil coming so i did tear down but I
am stock on the oil pump couldn't figure out how to remove and clean the
yatsuchain: donyboy73, Thanks for responding to my comment. It might help if I ask you
whether ms180c has a chainsaw oil pump in it? if affirmative, the pump
might be broken or has developd a crack. what do you think?
yatsuchain: @donyboy73 the chain is not jammed but its movement is not as smooth as it
ought to be. so I should disassemble and check the chainsaw oil pump and
replace it if necesary, correct? Is it a difficult repair; can I do it
myself and how? your help is most appreciated.
yatsuchain: Your Stihl repair instructions are great and helps me a lot. I have a
question: My MS180C chainsaw oil release is so little that the chain is
almost dry and I feel awkward using it and end up ruining the chain and the
guide bar. Chainsaw oil is being released from somewhere else and the
engine heat is burning it. How can I fix this? thanks,
onafnno1: Your videos helped me replace my fuel line, thanks.
CincinnatiDJL: Great video. I would like to see a video on the carburetor. How to remove
and clean etc...Again, Thanks for taking the time to make videos on the MS
yatsuchain: I saw your explanation about the clutch in which you briefly touched on the
oil pump. I have checked my ms180c and now it appears, either the oil pump
or the duct feeling the oil is busted. In that casek do I need to
disasssemble every part of the chainsaw -- from the othr side of the
clutch? many thanks,
donyboy73: you're welcome
snaponjohn100: Very good. Thanks for sharing your knowledge.
donyboy73: which ring?
MrRmh3481: Very professional and well done.
Leo Gwizdala: These videos are the best explained I've seen for a while , you have saved
me loads of time and money , many thanks
donyboy73: @CincinnatiDJL i'mcurrently editing an ms170 carb video, same thing
Lill3658: Excellent How-To Video on the MS180 fuel line replacement-Good clear video
and voice. My only suggestion would be I would replace the duckbill valve
at the same time as the line since you had the tank out for the line leak.
I've got to do the same repair on my Stihl 180C.
donyboy73: @yatsuchain make sure the chain isn't adjusted too tight on the bar before
u rip it apart. mine doesn't send much oil either to the bar. i would have
to physically see it to help u more but i do know if it ever ran without
oil in the tank that the chain and bar will never be as smooth as new
donyboy73: @yatsuchain i would have to see it to know better what is causing that
Carroll49: Thnks for your help on this.
Justin Pallett: What a great clip
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