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Homelite UT43100 14'' Electric Chainsaw Parts

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 Homelite UT43100 14'' Electric Chainsaw Parts

General Assembly Part 1
General Assembly Part 2
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 Fig # Part # Img Part Name Availability Price Qty
A-134114154G
Chain Cover Lock Knob
Chain Cover Lock Knob
Ships in 8 - 13 business days
$1.22
A-231105154G
Chain Cover Assembly
Chain Cover Assembly
In stock
2 available
$8.15
A-3310625001
GUIDE BAR 14 IN
GUIDE BAR 14 IN
Note: Includes Figures 43, 44
Ships in 8 - 13 business days
$31.67
A-800310626001
Guide Bar
Guide Bar
Ships in 8 - 13 business days
$17.80
A-4901212001
CHAIN .375 X 52 LINK 14 IN
CHAIN .375 X 52 LINK 14 IN
Ships in 8 - 13 business days
$23.14
A-801900920001
16" Chain (.375 X 56 Link)
16" Chain (.375 X 56 Link)
In stock
3 available
$24.59
A-534109154G
Oil Reservoir Cap
Oil Reservoir Cap
Ships in 8 - 13 business days
$0.46
A-633902102-1G
Sprocket
Sprocket
Ships in 8 - 13 business days
$1.68
A-733302102G
Washer
Washer
Ships in 8 - 13 business days
$0.46
A-832901154G
Retaining Ring
Retaining Ring
In stock
2 available
$0.46
A-9660640001
Screw And Washer (Safe-T-Tip)
Screw And Washer (Safe-T-Tip)
Ships in 8 - 13 business days
$0.84
A-10308949001
SAFE-T-TIP
SAFE-T-TIP
Ships in 8 - 13 business days
$3.32
A-80234148154G
Scabbard
Scabbard
Ships in 8 - 13 business days
$3.18
A-80331201154G
Soft Case
Soft Case
Ships in 8 - 13 business days
$3.73

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Symptom:
Broken Part
Parts Used:
Part Number:
Repair Difficulty:
Medium
Time Spent Repairing:
1-2 hours
Tools Used:
Entry Date:2013-10-24 12:35:58
0 of 1 customers found these instructions helpful
The plastic tank that contained the chain bar oil was cracked and was leaking.
Remove the cover for the chain and bar. Remove the chain and bar. Prepare to remove the red plastic cover on the side of the chain saw by unscrewing about 12 black screws. Then remove the drive sprocket by first taking off the snap ring with snap ring pliers, then lifting off the washer and sprocket. Now you can lift off the red plastic cover on the side of the saw. The handles will also come off since the same screws hold them on as hold on the red plastic cover. Now remove the round black plastic cover by unscrewing three screws and lifting off the cover. Now remove the black ribbed plastic bearing assembly by prying up at several places around the circumference with a screwdriver. You can now see the hose from the old oil tank. Pull it off the fitting and install the new oil tank by pushing its hose onto the fitting. Reassemble in the opposite order of disassembly as described above.
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