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HOW ADJUST CHAINSAW CARBURETOR:  Chainsaw Carburetor Settings Explained!
13:34
TheRepairSpecialist

HOW ADJUST CHAINSAW CARBURETOR: Chainsaw Carburetor Settings Explained!

This Enlightening Video Effortlessly Explains the Meaning of RICH & LEAN Carburetor Tuning for you to gain a GREATER UNDERSTANDING. - So let's begin: The terms "RICH" and "LEAN" refer to two alternative settings for the air-fuel mixture in the context of your 2-stroke Chainsaw Carburetor Adjustment. The performance of a 2-stroke engine, like the one in a chainsaw, must be optimised using these parameters. Let's define these words: RICH Setting, first When the carburetor is set to the "RICH" setting, a fuel mixture with a greater fuel to air ratio is delivered. In other words, there is a proportionately greater amount of fuel compared to air in the mixture. Benefits of a wealthy environment: enhanced engine starting, particularly in cold weather. Increased engine output is beneficial for heavy-duty cutting activities. improved engine cooling as a result of the more fuel. 2. LEAN Environment On the other hand, a "LEAN" setting indicates that the carburetor has been modified to deliver a fuel mixture with a lower fuel to air ratio. Less fuel is present in this instance relative to the amount of air in the mixture. Benefits of a lean environment: longer run periods between refueling due to increased fuel efficiency. Fewer emissions as a result of a more thorough combustion of the fuel and air mixture. reduced carbon accumulation on engine parts, particularly spark plugs. Carburetor adjustment is crucial. A 2-stroke chainsaw's carburetor must be correctly tuned to a "rich" or "lean" setting in order to achieve the ideal balance between power, efficiency, and dependability. A combination that is too rich can cause problems including clogged spark plugs, increased fuel use, and diminished power. On the other hand, a too lean mixture may cause engine damage, poor lubrication, and overheating. To optimise the chainsaw's performance for particular jobs and environmental factors, the proper configuration must be attained. Act of Balancing: Based on their cutting needs and the surrounding conditions, chainsaw operators frequently need to balance these settings. For instance, in cold weather, where simpler starting and more power are required, a "rich" option may be preferable, whereas in mild weather, a "lean" setting may be preferred for extended operation and lower emissions. Safety Advice To protect the chainsaw and ensure safe operation, safety measures are essential when modifying carburetor settings. It's crucial to adhere to manufacturer guidelines, employ the proper equipment, and put on the proper safety gear. In conclusion, the "RICH" and "LEAN" settings in the 2-stroke chainsaw carburetor adjustment are essential components of maximising engine performance. The decision between these settings depends on the unique requirements and circumstances surrounding the chainsaw's use, and finding the proper balance is crucial for reliable and efficient operation. TIMESTAMP: 01:27 - Diagram explaining the Two Stroke Carburetor High Screw and Low Screw 02:00 - Showing the Two Stroke Carburetor Fuel Adjustment Screw Settings positioning to begin 02:27 - Where to set the Two Stroke Carburettor Adjustment Screws 'explained' 02:58 - How to position and set the Two Stroke Carburetor Idling Screw ('tick-over' screw) 'explained' 03:29 - How a Two Stroke Carburetor works and how the fuel adjustment screws work 04:34 - What is a Two Stroke Carburetor running Rich and Lean? Answered 05:01 - Carburetors 'H' screw adjusted out too much. Effects on the Engine 06:18 - Correct setting for the carburetors 'H' Screw. Effects in the Engine 07:00 - Carburetor 'H' screw adjusted in too much. Effects on the Engine 09:55 - Carburetor 'L' screw adjustment settings explained. 10:51 - carburetor 'L' screw adjusted out. Effects on the Engine I hope you find this video useful, and I really hope you enjoy it. Many thanks indeed Craig Kirkman (Owner and Creator of The Repair Specialist Channel and its Copyrighted diagrammatic content) #ChainsawMaintenance #CarburetorAdjustment #TwoStrokeEngine #FuelMixture #EnginePerformance #ChainsawTips #ChainsawTuning #OutdoorPowerTools #ChainsawCare #ChainsawOperation #ChainsawFuel #EngineEfficiency #ChainsawPower #SmallEngineTuning #ChainsawSafety #CarburetorSettings #ChainsawRepair #DIYMaintenance #ChainsawChains #2StrokeChainsaw The information in this description was created with the help of ChatGPT
CHAINSAW CARBURETOR SETTINGS - Explained Like NEVER Before!
04:38
TheRepairSpecialist

CHAINSAW CARBURETOR SETTINGS - Explained Like NEVER Before!

Using a Chainsaw Carburetor Diagram for better visual understanding, but with real Chainsaw Sound! I hope you benefit from my youtube Chainsaw Carburetor Adjustment Screw Function Animation | Understanding Tuning Explained This unique video shows you the working of a Chainsaw Carburetor with real chainsaw sound effects. This will give you a better understanding of what is going on inside the chainsaw when you hear specific tones from the chainsaws engine. For some FREE Printable Download help Leaflet on this topic: https://www.therepairspecialistonline.com/ You will also gain some useful tips on how to Tune a Chainsaw Carburetor. Anyone who has tried this for the first time can tell you that it's quite a daunting task. So the better you understanding, the less daunting and more enlightening it will become. So whether your chainsaw wont start or you just want to know how to tune a 2 stroke carburetor this video will help with that. This principle works for most types of Chainsaw saws, and the following also helps with Chainsaw maintenance. So, whether you are using a Stihl Chainsaw, Husquvarna Chainsaw, basically, all types of Petrol Chainsaw are valid for this principle, as well as many types of or a 2 Stroke Engine. The Electric Chainsaw, of course, escapes this whole principle! If, by the way, you are having problems with your Chainsaw Not Starting, then please do take look at my other video, where I help you get back you and running again if your Chainsaw Won't Start, or your Chainsaw Won't Stay Running. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TM4twlv9VOg&t=9s TIMELINE: 00:55 - How the Chainsaw Throttle Works 01:12 - H Tuning Adjuster Screw | How it works 01:14 - How to make a Chainsaw Carburetor Fuel/Air mix Rich 01:29 - How to make a Chainsaw Carburetor Fuel/Air mix Lean 01:30 - Chainsaw engine revving too high | Why? 01:50 - Why 'over revving' can damage your Chainsaw 02:22 - How to tune a Chainsaw Fuel/Air mix for idling 02:26 - How the 'L' (low) screw works 02:30 - What causes lumpy un-even idling on a Chainsaw 02:49 - Lumpy un-even idling | How to correct it 03:04 - Adjusting the 'L' Screw in too far | What happens? 03:44 - How to Adjust Chainsaw Idling Speed Anyone who has experience tuning chainsaws knows, whether it be a Stihl chainsaw, a Homelite chainsaw, Poulan, McCulloch, Jonesered or husqvarna chainsaw, that there are so many different types of adjustment screw heads on all of the different brands available. Some have screw driver heads and others have specialist tool requirements. Here I have included a great adjustment kit on Amazon, which will fit most chainsaws: https://amzn.to/39EbJg0 Thank you for viewing this video where i show you how I personally tune a chainsaw. Thus will help get your chainsaw running well again and prevent chainsaw "BOG" or "BOG Down" as some describe it. Please take this advice as demonstration purposes only. It is your very own decision whether or not to take this advice and any undertaking relating to this video, by you, must be done so in the correct safe manor as dictated by your safety user manual. Do not undertake any of the procedures shown in this video unless you are sure of your own safety as described by your safety manual. Although this video is focused on running Chainsaw running problems that can be rectified by adjusting the carburetor fuel adjuster screws, it can apply to mostly any 2 Stroke engine. That's because the two stroke engine fitted to most small garden machines are pretty much the same principally. Thank you Craig Kirkman, The Repair Specialist, on chainsaw carburetor adjustment Please visit our website: https://www.therepairspecialistonline.com/ Please check out my amazon shop. I have recommended some useful items from Amazon below. I guarantee you that these items are the sorts of things I use on a daily basis so I know they are good. I have to be careful in recommending products because I have my name and credibility at stake. So I will only recommend good products. https://www.amazon.co.uk/shop/therepairspecialist #ChainsawCarburetor #ChainsawMaintenance #EngineTuning #ChainsawEngine #CarburetorAdjustment #ChainsawSounds #TuneYourChainsaw #2StrokeEngine #ChainsawRepair #ChainsawTips #DIYChainsaw #ChainsawSoundEffects #PetrolChainsaw #ChainsawHacks #ChainsawThrottle #CarburetorScrews #ChainsawIdling #ChainsawEngineTones #ChainsawTutorial #ChainsawMaintenanceTips
CHAINSAW CARBURETOR TUNING: For Correct Chainsaw Carburetor Operation!
02:50
TheRepairSpecialist

CHAINSAW CARBURETOR TUNING: For Correct Chainsaw Carburetor Operation!

Chainsaw BOG DOWN - How I Tune a Chainsaw (You can to!) Welcome youtube Chainsaw Carburetor Adjustment. My Chainsaw was Bogging down when throttled and not Idling correctly. I Easily adjusted my Carburetor without any cost. You can to. HERE'S HOW I DID IT. For some FREE Printable Download help Leaflets: https://www.therepairspecialistonline.com/ Here I have some useful information for you if you need to tune the carburetor on your chainsaw. Anyone who has tried this for the first time can tell you that it's quite a daunting task. If you have tried this yourself I'm sure you will have thought, where are the adjustment screws exactly? Even if you know where they are you might then wonder, which screw do I adjust? If you know which screws to adjust then, which screw first? How much to I adjust them? Do I turn them inwards (clockwise) or outwards (anticlockwise). After trying to adjust these without any experience it can result in complete frustration. What I hear a lot is "my chainsaw wont start" This principle works for most types of Chainsaw saws, and the following also helps with Chainsaw maintenance. So, whether you are using a Stihl Chainsaw, Husquvarna Chainsaw, basically, all types of Petrol Chainsaw are valid for this principle, as well as many types of or a 2 Stroke Engine. The Electric Chainsaw, of course, escapes this whole principle! Key moments: 00:19 - Chainsaw Engine Bog down | How to correct it 00:46 - Engine Smoking Excessive and Wont Rev up | How to correct it 01:12 - Engine wont Rev up and will Stop when Idling | How to correct it 01:37 - Engine running un-even when Idling and Excessive smoke | How to correct it 02:04 - Chain turning when Idling | How to correct it Well, this easy to follow video will explain what you need to do. Anyone who has experience tuning chainsaws knows, whether it be a Stihl chainsaw, a Homelite chainsaw, Poulan, McCulloch, Jonesered or husqvarna chainsaw, that there are so many different types of adjustment screw heads on all of the different brands available. Some have screw driver heads and others have specialist tool requirements. Here I have included a great adjustment kit on Amazon, which will fit most chainsaws: https://amzn.to/39EbJg0 Please take this advice as demonstration purposes only. It is your very own decision whether or not to take this advice and any undertaking relating to this video, by you, must be done so in the correct safe manor as dictated by your safety user manual. Do not undertake any of the procedures shown in this video unless you are sure of your own safety as described by your safety manual. Thank you Craig Kirkman (Owner and Creator of The Repair Specialist) Please visit our website: https://www.therepairspecialistonline.com/ Please check out my amazon shop. I have recommended some useful items from Amazon below. I guarantee you that these items are the sorts of things I use on a daily basis so I know they are good. I have to be careful in recommending products because I have my name and credibility at stake. So I will only recommend good products. https://www.amazon.co.uk/shop/therepairspecialist #ChainsawCarburetor #ChainsawTroubleshooting #DIYChainsawRepair #ChainsawMaintenance #ChainsawTuning #CarburetorAdjustment #ChainsawProblems #ChainsawIdling #ChainsawRepair #ChainsawTips #ChainsawHacks #DIYChainsaw #ChainsawAdjustment #ChainsawIssues #ChainsawEngine #2StrokeEngine #ChainsawSound #ChainsawPerformance #ChainsawTutorial #TheRepairSpecialistOnline