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Makita DCS520 52cc Chainsaw

 Makita DCS520 52cc Chainsaw Parts

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 Fig # Part # Img Part Name Availability Price Qty
1908-005-205
Screw M5X20
In stock
4 available
 $1.71
2001-142-012
Cramp
Ships in 4 - 6 business days
 $3.44
3965-401-011
Rubber Bush
Ships in 4 - 6 business days
 $3.44
5965-525-042
Gasket Obsolete - Limited Quantity
In stock
1 available
 $3.44
6027130032
Cylinder/Piston
Ships in 4 - 6 business days
 $283.13
7027-132-050
Piston Assembly
Ships in 4 - 6 business days
 $102.43
8027-132-020
Piston Ring
Ships in 4 - 6 business days
 $21.75
9001-132-010
Piston Pin
Ships in 4 - 6 business days
 $17.17
10020-132-050
Spring Ring
Ships in 4 - 6 business days
 $1.84
52010-114-010
Suction Head
In stock
5 available
 $6.75
53010-114-020
Filter (5 Of Each)
In stock
1 available
 $24.72
66020-117-301
Catch Lever
Ships in 4 - 6 business days
 $4.92
187027-151-021
Carburetor
Ships in 4 - 6 business days
 $132.29
528-086-666
N/A Obsolete - Not Available
Discontinued
 $0.00N/A
528-086-664
Saw Chain 15, DCS430 Obsolete - Not Available
Discontinued
 $0.00N/A
Fig #Part #ImgPart NameAvailabilityPrice
445-045-631
18 Guide Bar .325 DCS460 Obsolete - Not Available
Discontinued
 $0.00N/A
445-040-631
N/A Obsolete - Not Available
Discontinued
 $0.00N/A

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ngsimon21
Question: Chain Oiler

ngsimon21

stopped oiling the chain,reservoir still full,area is clean,no sawdust,etc. can it be the pump? saw's very reliable ,15 years.
ryobi_uk_warrenty_repair_centre
Reply: Chain Oiler

ryobi_uk_warrenty_repair_centre

im not sure but i think you have a plastic worm drive that runs the pump
when these are stored in a cold place the oil thickens up and gets sticky
and the pump seizes in place all you have to do is replace the worm drive and free the pump up :cool:
BOSSHOG
Question: Makita Dcs520 Brake Re-install

BOSSHOG

Installed a new chain and I can not get the brake to slide over the drive spoket. Is there a trick to do this?
Calvin Cannon
Question: Conecting Linkage To Trigger

Calvin Cannon

While replacing the fuel line disassembling the linkage came lose. having trouble figuring out how to put it back.
Hartley
Question: Replacing The Tubular Handle

Hartley

How do you replace the tubular handle above the sprocket guide and what kind of screw?
ROBERT
Question: OILER

ROBERT

WHEN I RUN THE SAW ALL THE OIL GOES OUT THE BOTTOM OF THE SAW WHY???
Mark
Reply: OILER

Mark

Hi Robert,

You didn't specify where the oil was coming from so I will give a couple of suggestions.

If the oil is leaking from beneath the chain brake cover then the oilier hole on your bar is likely plugged. There is a small hole in the side of the bar that allows the oil to flow into the groove in the bar. If the oilier hole is plugged with sawdust or dirt the oil will run down the side of the bar and out of the saw.

There is a gasket that seals the oil reservoir. It is item #B14 on the parts diagrams. This gasket could be damaged allowing the oil to escape the reservoir. The gasket is part #965525002 and is available from http://ereplacementparts.com.

I think these would be the most likely causes of your oil leak.

Good luck with your repair!

-Mark
Edw
Question: Makita Chainsaw DCS520

Edw

Hello Folks; While operating my chainsaw it stopped suddeny and I discovered the pull rope had caught in the cable drum. When I tried to remove the rest of the rope I discovered the cable drum will not move. Anyone know if this means the recoil spring is broken or is it something else. Thanks in advance.
bec98x
Reply: Makita Chainsaw DCS520

bec98x

just pull the drum off and check the spring. usually the spring will not cause the drum to lock up.could be debris between the two.
I have used this saw since 1999. It is the best saw there is.
Would like to have information on the parts it uses.
fancyboxy