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 Fig # Img Part Name Availability Price
A1Lever-Switch
Part #: 530038227
Note: Includes Pin
In stock
3 available
 $0.99
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A2Spring-Switch
Part #: 530016149
In stock
3 available
 $0.99
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A3Screw
Part #: 530015775
In stock
11 available
 $2.99
Add To Cart
A4Line Tank/Purge
Part #: 530069216
In stock
25+ available
 $5.40
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A5Fuel Line Fitting
Part #: 530023877
In stock
25+ available
 $3.99
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A6Assy-Fuel Cap
Part #: 580940901
In stock
25+ available
 $4.12
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A7Wire-Throttle
Part #: 530037809
In stock
3 available
 $3.99
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A8Lever-Choke
Part #: 530047989
In stock
12 available
 $3.99
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A9Grommet-Choke Knob
Part #: 530038406
In stock
3 available
 $0.99
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A10Kit-Chassis Assembly Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 530069822
Discontinued
N/A
A11
Nut-Speed
Part #: 530015922
In stock
3 available
 $0.55
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A12Kit-Trigger & Lockout
Part #: 530071305
In stock
6 available
 $3.99
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A13Housing-Fan
Part #: 530054717
In stock
2 available
 $7.98
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A14Screw
Part #: 530015920
In stock
5 available
 $3.99
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A15Nut-Flywheel
Part #: 530016134
In stock
13 available
 $3.99
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Fig #ImgPart NameAvailabilityPrice
A16Flywheel Washer
Part #: 530015127
In stock
14 available
 $3.99
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A17Flywheel Ass'y.
Part #: 530047534
In stock
4 available
 $21.65
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A18Washer - Thrust
Part #: 530015907
In stock
20 available
 $3.99
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A19Clutch Drum and Gear Assembly
Part #: 530047061
In stock
25+ available
 $15.97
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A20Washer-Clutch
Part #: 530015611
In stock
21 available
 $3.99
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A21Assembly - Clutch
Part #: 530014949
In stock
25+ available
 $7.66
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A22Assembly-Chain Brake
Part #: 545139916
In stock
7 available
 $12.71
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A23Nut - Bar Mounting
Part #: 530015917
In stock
25+ available
 $2.99
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A24Retainer - Bar Adjust
Part #: 530038593
In stock
25+ available
 $2.99
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A25Kit - Bar Adjust
Part #: 530069611
Note: Includes figures 24 and 26
In stock
25+ available
 $4.04
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A26Pin - Bar Adjust
Part #: 530015826
In stock
25+ available
 $2.99
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A27Bar 16"
Part #: 952044370
In stock
19 available
 $28.55
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A28Accy-16" Chain
Part #: 581562201
In stock
25+ available
 $20.46
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A29Plate-Bar Mounting
Part #: 530038238
In stock
25+ available
 $3.99
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A30Screw
Part #: 530015814
In stock
25+ available
 $1.99
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Fig #ImgPart NameAvailabilityPrice
A31Chain Catcher
Part #: 530029850
In stock
25+ available
 $3.99
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A32Screw
Part #: 530016132
In stock
21 available
 $2.99
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A33Assembly-Oil Cap w/ret.
Part #: 530057236
In stock
25+ available
 $5.22
Add To Cart
A34Screw
Part #: 530015814
In stock
25+ available
 $1.99
Add To Cart
A35Handle-Front Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 530059173
Discontinued
N/A
A36Kit-Oil Vent
Part #: 530071666
In stock
4 available
 $7.28
Add To Cart
A37Starter Dog Spring
Part #: 530023817
In stock
15 available
 $2.99
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A38Rope Retain Screw
Part #: 530016080
In stock
22 available
 $3.99
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A39Starter Pulley Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 545034301
Discontinued
N/A
A40Spring-Starter
Part #: 545008015
In stock
25+ available
 $3.99
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A41Screw.
Part #: 530015892
In stock
21 available
 $1.99
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A42Rope (3 ft.)
Part #: 530069232
In stock
25+ available
 $3.99
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A43Handle-Starter
Part #: 530056402
In stock
23 available
 $3.99
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A44Screw
Part #: 530015940
In stock
18 available
 $2.99
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A45Kit-Oil Pump
Part #: 530071259
Note: Includes figures 46, 47 and 49
In stock
25+ available
 $14.16
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Fig #ImgPart NameAvailabilityPrice
A46Gear-Worm Spring
Part #: 530037820
In stock
13 available
 $3.99
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A47Elbow-Oil Pickup
Part #: 530049477
In stock
2 available
 $0.99
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A48Scp#6-19 x .437 .Pl. Pan.
Part #: 530016064
In stock
25+ available
 $2.99
Add To Cart
A49Seal Block
Part #: 530019206
In stock
5 available
 $3.99
Add To Cart
A50Oil Pickup Assembly
Part #: 530047663
Note: Includes figures 51-53
In stock
25 available
 $3.99
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A51Pickup-Oiler
Part #: 530038373
In stock
4 available
 $1.61
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A52Oil Intake Screen
Part #: 530056533
In stock
3 available
 $3.99
Add To Cart
A53Oil Intake Screen
Part #: 530056533
In stock
3 available
 $3.99
Add To Cart

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primerbulb120
Question: Pressurized Fuel Tank

primerbulb120

I have a string trimmer and a chainsaw that I need help with. They start up and run for a few seconds and then bog suddenly. While they run, fuel is squeezed out of the fuel tank through the duckbill valve in the gas cap. When I remove the fuel cap immediately after they bog, fuel sprays out and there is a sound of an escaping vacuum. Does anyone know why this happens?
1198520
Question: Poulan 2150 Chain Saw

1198520

How do you replace the fuel in the gas tank the tubing broke off in the tank. THANKS
Balsterdale
Question: Chainsaw

Balsterdale

does not idle
WJA
Reply: Chainsaw

WJA

Hello Balsterdale,

When it is not idling does it just quit or is it running at a high speed ?

wja
will not pick up oil to send to the chain. Does new oil pump have all the worm gears and such in it.
Found in the bottom of fuel tank. What is its purpose and where does it go?
tonyc3132
Question: Replace Fuel Pick Up In Tank

tonyc3132

how
jwadams66
Reply: Replace Fuel Pick Up In Tank

jwadams66

Tony, did you get a response to your question, "How do I replace the fuel pick up in the tank?

John...
sforman
Reply: Replace Fuel Pick Up In Tank

sforman

replace fuel pick up in tank
jesse5044
Reply: Replace Fuel Pick Up In Tank

jesse5044

I want to know how to replace the fuel filter (Fuel Pick-up Ass'y 530095646}
WJA
Reply: Replace Fuel Pick Up In Tank

WJA

We have prepared an article and video to help you install the 530095646 Fuel Pick-up Assembly. Even though it may not be the same brand or model of yours. Hopefully it will give the insight you need to replace yours. Here is the link to it.

How to Replace the Fuel Filter in Your Outdoor Power Equipment



Hope this helps,
-WJA
jkhlale
Question: Poulan 2150 Fuel Lines

jkhlale

My chain saw seems to have two different sizes of fuel lines. Which kit do I need?
Monte
Question: Fuel Line Part Nos.

Monte

I'm confused. I need to order replacement fuel lines and the Purge Bulb for my 2150. In discussions below two part nos. are mentioned; a vent line, p/n 530069216 and a fuel line kit, p/n 530069247. Do I need to order both? If not, which one do I order?
warnerbob
Question: Fuel Pickup

warnerbob

I replaced the fuel line but do not know whic line the fuel pick-up assembly goes to. Is it the large line or the small line. When running it seems to run out of fuel, starts to die.
ShotOut
Reply: Fuel Pickup

ShotOut

Your carburetor may need a gasket and diaphragm kit installed. They are cheap and easy to install. This cures some fuel problems, but not all.
stevenator
Reply: Fuel Pickup

stevenator

It goes on the small line. It takes some effort, but you can use a little WD40 to help get it on.
Gramps
Question: No Oil To Chain

Gramps

My guess is *maybe* I have a oil pump problem? No oil fed. Sound right or other thoughts? If I get the pump parts should I get the whole shebang of pump related things?
And - how the heck do I tell if it's a Type 1 or another type. It says 2150 - that's all I see on it. Thanks
Ramtron
Question: Poulan 2150 Chain Saw

Ramtron

I need to replace the fuel lines on my 2150 but the lines fall apart so that I can't tell where the new lines should go. Can you help?
WJA
Reply: Poulan 2150 Chain Saw

WJA

The fuel system on your chainsaw has a filtered inlet that goes to the input tube of the carburetor. The other hose on the carb is the priming hose. It runs from the carb outlet to the input, or suction side, of the primer bulb. The last line runs from the output side of the primer bulb back to the fuel tank. It is the return line.

When you prime your saw the primer pulls filtered fuel into the carb, to the primer bulb and then returns excess back to the tank. To find the suction side of the primer bulb, attach a piece of fuel line to one side of the primer. Now put the line in a small container of fuel. If you see bubbles when you press the bulb, the hose is hooked to the outlet side of the primer. If it sucks fuel into the bulb then you have found the suction side. Identifying the input and output side of a carb that has a remote priming assembly can be very difficult and there is no rule that applies in every case. Usually you just need to use trial and error on those connections. If you have hooked everything up so you are pulling fuel through the carb, not pushing it into the carb, and your saw won't fire, you should just need to swap the lines on the carb and then it should run fine. The important thing is that you have the priming lines setup to pull fuel through the carb.

I hope this helps!

-UtahAV
-Mark
Kevin
Question: Fuel Line Installation

Kevin

I need to replace the fuel lines on my 2150. What is the best way to get the lines into the tank?
larry dufrene
Reply: Fuel Line Installation

larry dufrene

how to install fuel lines in tank
UtahAV
Reply: Fuel Line Installation

UtahAV

Installing new tank lines can be a bit challenging until you think about it backwards. Start by taking your new fuel line, part #530069216, and insert it into the hole in the tank from the outside. Use the full length of hose. Do not cut it shorter. Feed enough line into the tank so that you can fish the line back out of the tank through the fill hole. Now install the fuel filter, part #530095646. Now that the filter is installed pull the line back into the tank until the filter is sitting in the bottom of the tank with a little slack in the fuel line. Now measure the amount of line needed to get to the carburetor and cut it to length.

I hope this helps!

-UtahAV
-Mark
Bryce
Question: Return Line

Bryce

Is there a weight on the end of the return line of a poulan 2150?
mike
Question: Idle

mike

I have a 2150 that I just replaced all fuel lines on, and now it will idle but falls on its face when you give it gas. All the fuel lines were rotten and that is why I started all this; please help!!
dan
Question: Fuel

dan

What fuel line goes to what, for the primer on Poulan 2150 chainsaw?
valentin
Reply: Fuel

valentin

what line goes to what
UtahAV
Reply: Fuel

UtahAV

The fuel system on your chainsaw has a filtered inlet that goes to the input tube of the carburetor. The other hose on the carb is the priming hose. It runs from the carb outlet to the input, or suction side, of the primer bulb. The last line runs from the output side of the primer bulb back to the fuel tank. It is the return line.

When you prime your saw the primer pulls filtered fuel into the carb, to the primer bulb and then returns excess back to the tank. To find the suction side of the primer bulb, attach a piece of fuel line to one side of the primer. Now put the line in a small container of fuel. If you see bubbles when you press the bulb, the hose is hooked to the outlet side of the primer. If it sucks fuel into the bulb then you have found the suction side. Identifying the input and output side of a carb that has a remote priming assembly can be very difficult and there is no rule that applies in every case. Usually you just need to use trial and error on those connections. If you have hooked everything up so you are pulling fuel through the carb, not pushing it into the carb, and your saw won't fire, you should just need to swap the lines on the carb and then it should run fine. The important thing is that you have the priming lines setup to pull fuel through the carb.

I hope this helps!

-UtahAV
-Mark
pilithigh
Reply: Fuel

pilithigh

This youtube video fully shows all of the fuel line routings.
scott
Question: Fuel Line Repair

scott

I have a Poulan 3800 it was made in 1985 and does not have a primer on it. So where does the other line go? I know what line goes to the filter to the carb, but there is a return line and no hook up anywhere, and no place to go.
R. Howard
Question: Fule Lines

R. Howard

I replaced the primer bulb on a 2150 Poulan chainsaw. Additionally, I connected one hose from the primer bulb to the long connection on the carburetor. The other hose from the primer bulb and ran it into the fuel tank. Finally, I connect a hose from the other shorter connection from the carburetor to the filter inside the fuel tank. Is this correct? I can't seem to start the chainsaw. Please help!
Robert
Question: Poulan 2150 Chainsaw

Robert

I have a Poulan 2150 Type 2 chainsaw.
I replaced the piston ring and it keeps breaking while I'm trying to install it in the head.
How can I install it without breaking it?
It has to be installed under the head.
Robert
Reply: Poulan 2150 Chainsaw

Robert

Never mind, I figured it out.
There is a pin in the piston ring groove.
The ends of the piston ring are tapered.
Install the piston ring where it will fit around the pin, then hold it together with your fingers to slip it into the head.
Inside the head (at the bottom) is tapered so the piston will slide right in.
Larry
Question: Fuel Line Assembly

Larry

I took my saw apart (2150) and now I am not sure which of the 3 fuel lines go where.
mmoore06
Question: Starter Spring Replacement

mmoore06

I have a Poulan 2150 chainsaw. When trying to repair the pull string, the starter spring came out of the housing. I fought it for a while but I can't get it rewound. Is there a trick or tool needed to put it back in the housing? Or do I need to buy a new spring?
RM007
Reply: Starter Spring Replacement

RM007

I had the same problem and I finally was able to get the spring back into place. What I wound up doing is coiling it as small as possible in my hand (which is very hard to do) and then carefully placing it in it's place on the housing. If you can get most of the coils into the housing, then you can temporarily place the rope holding pulley in place and slowly wind until it removes the tension on the outside part of the spring. This will allow you to place the outer end of the starter spring into it's slot. I'm sure there is a tool or a trick out there to make this easier but I didn't have it!
Dan Phillips
Question: Purge Bulb

Dan Phillips

Hi, got a 2150 saw and the gas lines were bad. I replaced them but I cannot get the bulb to pump gas up to the carb. The bulb holds vacuum, so I assume it is good. The big hose going to the tank w/filter goes to the big fitting side of the purge ball. The little hose from the ball is going to the carb (it does not work on either carb nipple). Does the small hose going to the tank need to be submerged in fuel as well?

Don't quite know what is wrong. Help!
william
Question: 2150

william

My 2150 Poulan will start up then stop. Would it be a bad module?
It was running good then it stopped. Can you help me?
Dave
Reply: 2150

Dave

My Poulan does the same thing, one problem is that it cannot get air if the area around the adjuster screws gets clogged as this is the only was for air to get to the carb. I drilled about 9 small 1/8" holes in the black slanted surface at the top back of the housing and this really helped.
Robert
Reply: 2150

Robert

Check your spark at the spark plug.
Do you have a strong blue spark?
If so, it' not the module. If you have no spark at the plug, check for spark at the plug wire. If you ground the plug wire with a screwdriver to the head, and no spark, it's your plug.
Check simple stuff, like the fuel filter, air filter, is the on/off switch working properly.
Check the flywheel key way to see if it sheared.
Do you have compression?
David
Question: Sprocket Removal

David

How do I remove the sprocket?
kelly
Question: Output On Carb

kelly

My carburetor has places to attach fuel lines. Which is the input and which is the output?
Rocky
Reply: Output On Carb

Rocky

Input on the carb is the upper line. The lower one is the return line.
Joel Gilstrap
Question: How To Tell What Type

Joel Gilstrap

How do you tell what 2150 type saw I have?
Mark
Reply: How To Tell What Type

Mark

Hi Joel,

The Type Number is used by the manufacture to indicate that a change was made to the tool in manufacturing. The Type Number will be listed on the same tag as the model and serial number information. If no type number is listed then you are usually safe to assume that your tool is the earliest Type number, usually either Type 0 or Type 1.

I hope that this helps with ordering the correct parts for your repair!

-Mark
Joel Gilstrap
Question: Fuel Lines Leaking

Joel Gilstrap

I have a Poulan chainsaw mod. 2150 serial # RN98106707 that is leaking fuel. Are all the fuel lines the same size? How much trouble is it to replace them?
Mark
Reply: Fuel Lines Leaking

Mark

Hi Joel,

There are a couple of parts need to replace the fuel lines. Part #530069247 is the fuel line kit. It will replace the line from the tank to the carb and the primer back to the tank. Part #530069216 is the vent line. You may also want to replace the fuel filter. It is part #530095646.

Replacing the fuel lines is a pretty easy repair. You should have no trouble.

Good luck with your repair!

-Mark
I have the same question as BOB above. Which fuel line goes from the tank to the carb. My lines were broken and I also found the fuel filter "DANGLING" in the fuel tank. I can't tell on the parts schematics or the manual. Thanks!
Mark
Reply: WHICH FUEL LINE GOES WHERE????

Mark

Hello,

The proper routing is filtered line from the tank to the input side of the carburetor, carb output to the input side of the primer, primer output back to the fuel tank. The long stem on the primer is usually the input side.

I hope this helps with your repair!

-Mark
Bob
Question: Fuel Lines Rotted

Bob

Hi, the fuel lines on my 2150 chain saw have rotted and fallen apart, to the point that I could not tell where each line goes from the tank to carb and the primer. Is there a diagram some where that will show which line goes where? I have been to the Poulan web site and have looked through the parts diagrams with no luck.


Thank You, Bob
Mark
Reply: Fuel Lines Rotted

Mark

Hi Bob,

Th proper routing is filtered line from the tank to the input side of the carburetor, carb output to the input side of the primer, primer output back to the fuel tank. The long stem on the primer is usually the input side.

I hope this helps with your repair!

-Mark
Bob
Reply: Fuel Lines Rotted

Bob

Thank you Mark.
ron
Question: Chainsaw Will Not Idle

ron

to mark; thank you for your response on this issue and your suggestions,i will try and hopefully keep costly repair to a minimum.
Mark
Reply: Chainsaw Will Not Idle

Mark

Thank you Ron. Glad I could help!

-Mark
ron woodrich
Question: Chainsaw Will Not Idel

ron woodrich

i have a poulan gas chain saw 2150 type 3 runs good as long as I have throttle lever pressed;released will not idle it stalls; can be stubborn to re-start what could I try without re-building carb or spending a lot of money in repair shop
Mark
Reply: Chainsaw Will Not Idel

Mark

Hi Ron,

I would start with a general tune up. Replace the air filter (part #530037793), the spark plug (part#952030150), and the fuel filter (part #530095646). The carburetor may also need some adjustment. If you are not familiar with tuning a carburetor you will want to take the saw to a repair shop to have it done. You can easily burn the motor up if you do not know how to tune a carburetor. If none of this works then the problem will be dirt and debris in the carburetor and it will need to be rebuilt or replaced. The carb kit is part #530069844. All of these parts are available from http://ereplacementparts.com.

I hope this helps with your repair!

-Mark
fancyboxy