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 Fig # Img Part Name Availability Price
A1Kit-Trigger & Lockout
Part #: 530071832
Note: Includes Pin
In stock
2 available
 $6.89
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A2Lever-Switch
Part #: 530038227
In stock
2 available
 $0.99
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A3Spring-Switch
Part #: 530016149
In stock
2 available
 $0.99
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A4Screw
Part #: 530015775
In stock
25+ available
 $2.99
Add To Cart
A5Kit-Line Tank/Purge
Part #: 530069216
In stock
25+ available
 $5.40
Add To Cart
A6Fuel Line Fitting
Part #: 530023877
In stock
25+ available
 $3.99
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A7Assy-Fuel Cap
Part #: 580940901
In stock
25+ available
 $4.12
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A8
Clip - "U"
Part #: 530055322
Backorder:
No ETA.
 $0.99
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A9
Shield - Heat
Part #: 530055183
Ships in 4 - 8 business days
 $5.26
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A10Lever-Choke
Part #: 530047989
In stock
16 available
 $3.99
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A11Grommet-Choke Knob
Part #: 530049005
In stock
2 available
 $1.47
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A12Wire-Throttle
Part #: 530037809
In stock
12 available
 $3.99
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A13
Nut-Speed
Part #: 530015922
Backorder:
Unavailable until 05/05/2015
 $0.99
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A14Assembly - Clutch
Part #: 530014949
In stock
25+ available
 $7.66
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A15Washer-Clutch
Part #: 530015611
In stock
25+ available
 $3.99
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Fig #ImgPart NameAvailabilityPrice
A16Clutch Drum and Gear Assembly
Part #: 530047061
In stock
25+ available
 $16.01
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A17Washer - Thrust
Part #: 530015907
In stock
25+ available
 $3.99
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A18
Kit-Chassis Assembly
Part #: 530071849
Ships in 4 - 8 business days
 $47.43
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A19Flywheel Ass'y.
Part #: 530047534
In stock
16 available
 $21.73
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A20Flywheel Washer
Part #: 530015127
In stock
17 available
 $3.99
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A21Nut-Flywheel
Part #: 530016134
In stock
13 available
 $3.99
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A22Screw
Part #: 530015920
In stock
15 available
 $3.99
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A23Housing-Fan
Part #: 530049337
Ships in 4 - 8 business days
 $10.89
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A24Screw.
Part #: 530015892
In stock
25+ available
 $1.99
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A25Handle-Starter
Part #: 530056402
In stock
25+ available
 $3.99
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A26Rope (3 ft.)
Part #: 530069232
In stock
25+ available
 $3.99
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A27Spring-Starter
Part #: 545008015
In stock
25+ available
 $3.99
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A28Starter Pulley Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 545034301
Discontinued
N/A
A29Rope Retain Screw
Part #: 530016080
In stock
25+ available
 $3.99
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A30Kit-Oil Vent
Part #: 530071666
In stock
3 available
 $7.28
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Fig #ImgPart NameAvailabilityPrice
A31Assembly-Oil Cap w/ret.
Part #: 530057236
In stock
25+ available
 $5.22
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A32Bolt - Bar
Part #: 530016133
In stock
25+ available
 $2.99
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A33Chain Catcher
Part #: 530029850
In stock
25+ available
 $3.99
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A34Screw
Part #: 530015814
In stock
25+ available
 $1.99
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A35Plate-Bar Mounting
Part #: 530038238
In stock
25+ available
 $3.99
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A36Assembly-Chain Brake
Part #: 545139903
In stock
25+ available
 $22.70
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A37Nut - Bar Mounting
Part #: 530015917
In stock
25+ available
 $2.99
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A38Retainer - Bar Adjust
Part #: 530038593
In stock
25+ available
 $2.99
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A39Pin - Bar Adjust
Part #: 530015826
In stock
25+ available
 $2.99
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A40Kit - Bar Adjust
Part #: 530069611
Note: Includes figures 38 and 39
In stock
25+ available
 $4.04
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A41Bar-18
Part #: 952044418
In stock
19 available
 $30.24
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A42Chain-18
Part #: 581562301
In stock
25+ available
 $27.30
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A43Screw
Part #: 530016132
In stock
25+ available
 $2.99
Add To Cart
A44Screw
Part #: 530015814
In stock
25+ available
 $1.99
Add To Cart
A45Handle-Front Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 530059173
Discontinued
N/A
Fig #ImgPart NameAvailabilityPrice
A46Screw
Part #: 530015940
In stock
23 available
 $2.99
Add To Cart
A47Kit-Oil Pump
Part #: 530071259
Note: Includes figures 48, 49 and 51
In stock
25+ available
 $14.16
Add To Cart
A48Gear-Worm Spring
Part #: 530037820
In stock
25+ available
 $3.99
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A49Elbow-Oil Pickup
Part #: 530049477
In stock
1 available
 $0.99
Add To Cart
A50Scp#6-19 x .437 .Pl. Pan.
Part #: 530016064
In stock
25+ available
 $2.99
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A51Seal Block
Part #: 530019206
In stock
8 available
 $3.99
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A52Oil Pickup Assembly
Part #: 530047663
Note: Includes figures 53 and 54
In stock
25+ available
 $3.99
Add To Cart
A53Pickup-Oiler
Part #: 530038373
In stock
2 available
 $1.61
Add To Cart
A54Oil Intake Screen
Part #: 530056533
In stock
3 available
 $3.99
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A
Manual-Operator
Part #: 545123622
Ships in 4 - 8 business days
 $4.04
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A
Manual Decal-Warning
Part #: 530057757
Ships in 4 - 8 business days
 $2.71
Add To Cart

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jerrya2480
Question: Poulan 2375 Carb Repair

jerrya2480

After replacing the fuel lines on mu poulan 2375 chainsaw the saw would start and accelerate but would not idle. I replaced the diaphram and gaskets and needle valve. The engine wouldn't start. I reinstalled the old needle valve and now the engine starts at full choke but will not idle or accelerate. I did not adjust anything as I thought the old adjustments should have been good.
I hope someone can help.
Jerrya2480
I got out my Poulan 2375 chainsaw last weekend to deal with some storm debris, and found that the fuel lines had corroded away, I'm guessing from the 10% ethanol gas (yes, it was stored with gas in it).

I replaced all the fuel lines, the primer bulb, the fuel filter, spark plug and the air filter. I checked and rechecked that I have the fuel lines plumbed correctly, and I'm 100% sure they're correct.

Also checked the spark screen, and it's clean. The fuel cap isn't clogged, I can spray carb cleaner through it from the outside in.

It'll start when fully choked, and runs half choked, but as soon as I apply the throttle it dies. Thinking it was a dirty carb, I disassembled it and cleaned the needle and screen, and it really wasn't dirty.

The metering diaphragm was intact but very wrinkled. It's made of the fabric looking rubber with the metal disk in the middle. the fuel pump diaphragm looked flat, but it's plastic. I'm guessing if the fuel was corrosive enough to wreck the fuel lines, the carb diaphragms and gaskets are probably trashed too, but I can't tell by looking.

So is it time for a new carb or a rebuild kit?
ShotOut
Reply: Chainsaw Starts But Won't Run, N...

ShotOut

Hi 1295487 You are having to run the machine half choked because it is running lean. That means it is NOT getting enough fuel. It probably dies when you throttle up because the fuel pump diaphragm is shot. The wrinkled metering diaphragm has had it too. You get the picture. I recommend a gasket and diaphragm kit for your carb at the least or you can go whole hog and order the complete rebuild kit; which will have ALL the G & D parts in it. Ethanol has a drying effect on the internal parts of these carbs because of it's alcohol content. You have seen the result. Try ethanol shield in your fuel mix.
lutznutz
Reply: Chainsaw Starts But Won't Run, N...

lutznutz

here's a picture of the diaphragms:

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ShotOut
Reply: Chainsaw Starts But Won't Run, N...

ShotOut

Hi lutznutz Are you from over Tampa, Fl. way? I know where Lutz is and have been there.The blue mylar fuel pump diaphragm has definitely suffered ill effects. The 2 little flappers you see on it control fuel flow through the carburetor and MUST lay flat. Note their position on the carb body. The metering diaphragm is a somewhat critical part as it pushes down on the metering lever to open the needle valve controlled fuel inlet. It should be soft and supple. I recommend you get the G & D kit for it. Walbro and Zama have cross reference lists for their numerous carbs with what G & D kit or Rebuild (RB kit) corresponds to them. If your Needle Valve is not grey at the tip anymore, it may need replacing as well. Once the grey wears off, they show orange which indicates replacement is needed. Ebay is a great place to find a reasonably priced kit for YOUR carburetor.

Here is a link to a site that shows gas stations that sell REGULAR GAS (with no ethanol). Many marinas have it. Check for a location NEAR you!

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lutznutz
Reply: Chainsaw Starts But Won't Run, N...

lutznutz

I am in Lutz.

I have a rebuild kit on order. The needle tip was still gray when I cleaned it, but the kit comes with a new one, so it'll get replaced regardless.

thanks!
ShotOut
Reply: Chainsaw Starts But Won't Run, N...

ShotOut

Hi Lutznutz You are certainly welcome! I was over in Tampa this AM...across the street from the fairgrounds! Not TOO far from you, right? You are well on your way to restoring that carb, and hopefully will experience no more trouble. I have a Poulan 14" saw (Craigslist deal) and it HAS one of the most stubborn and difficult fuel caps on it I have ever seen....but it runs good and cuts good!
bfaulk
Question: Gas Lines On My Poulan 2375

bfaulk

I have a walbro, carb. on my saw, 2 ports on carb, plunger with 2 ports, 2 holes in gas tank, What goes where?
IT WOULD BE NICE TO HAVE A DIARAGAM!!! CAN YOU HELP? THANKS ,link removed
WJA
Reply: Gas Lines On My Poulan 2375

WJA

Hello bfaulk,

We do have an article and video on How to Replace Fuel Lines on 2-Cycle Engines. I hope this will answer the questions you have.

-WJA
1143215
Question: Will Not Run

1143215

rebuilt carb and still wont run
pbredder
Question: Poulan 2375 Oil Vent

pbredder

I am wondering about the function of a 5-6 inch plastic tube that is in the oil chamber of the Wild Thing 2375. In my saw, it was just lying in the chamber loose. Should it be plugging the hole in the chamber that leads into one of the oil grooves for the guide bar/chain?
joey2004
Question: Recoil Spring Starter

joey2004

how to replace
WJA
Reply: Recoil Spring Starter

WJA

Hello joey2004,

Check out the following link. It is showing how to replace the starter on a lawn trimmer but it may help you with your chain saw.

How to Fix the Starter on a Ryobi Trimmer.

Hope this helps,
-WJA
Jmack
Question: Fuel Line Routing With Carb

Jmack

Have determined input and output side of primer bulb. Now testing fuel line assembly to carb by connecting input line to one of the carb ports and a third fuel line to the other carb port. Submerged the end of both fuel lines in some 2-cycle fuel and depressed the primer bulb. Got no indication fuel was being drawn thru carb. Switched the fuel lines from one carb port to the other. No difference.
cwomer
Question: Poulan Model 2375

cwomer

How can you tell which type of saw do you have? this model has several different types..
debold
Reply: Poulan Model 2375

debold

Had same problem with mine. Only obvious difference I found was on Page B, there is a B19 (Port-insulator-T4) on the type 1 which doesn't exist on the type 2.
ShotOut
Reply: Poulan Model 2375

ShotOut

Hi guys I see your points. Upon doing a little research, I also see at LEAST 6 Types, but haven't researched the differences between them. Type ratings can be because of things like debold mentioned....very small details.
John
Question: Fuel Line

John

What is the line for purge carb and tank on a 2375 poulan chainsaw?
Bob
Reply: Fuel Line

Bob

which line connects to the filter? The thin one or the thicker one?
Jmack
Reply: Fuel Line

Jmack

It is my understanding the thicker line would be the purge line and the filter line from the tank.

I'm having trouble finding out which one connects to which port on the carb. Appreciate any help you can give me.
Jmack
Reply: Fuel Line

Jmack

I'm sorry I did not check my wording on my first reply. It should read the thicker line would be the purge line and the thiner line would be the filter line from the tank.
Thomas Heering
Question: How To Replace Oil Pump PN 53007...

Thomas Heering

How do you remove the Clutch assembly that the Oil pump is behind on the Model Poulan 2375 Type 6 Gas Chainsaw? Where do I hold the shaft from turning?.. on the Pull cord side?

Thanks in Advance
Tom
Mark
Reply: How To Replace Oil Pump PN 53007...

Mark

From what I can tell you will likely need to take the saw to a repair shop to have the clutch removed. I don't see a screw, used to attach the clutch, listed on the parts diagram. If there is no screw then the clutch is threaded directly to the crankshaft and a special tool will be needed to remove the clutch. The tool fits onto an impact wrench and has arms that fit into the openings of the clutch.

To lock the shaft from spinning, first, remove the spark plug. Take a length of small string, like an old shoe lace, and drop it down inside of the hole for the spark plug. Be sure to leave enough string hanging out so that you can remove it later. The string will bind the piston. Now when you try to remove the clutch the shaft will not spin.

Good luck with your repair!

-Mark
Scott
Reply: How To Replace Oil Pump PN 53007...

Scott

Take the side off with the pull cord. Use a wrench to hold the nut in the center of the flywheel. Use a spanner wrench to loosen the clutch. It is reverse threaded, so turn it to the right. The spanner I used was for an angle grinder I have. It happened to fit. You can get an adjustable spanner from most stores that sell tools, or borrow one from Autozone (they have tools to lend).
Bob
Reply: How To Replace Oil Pump PN 53007...

Bob

The nut is opposite thread. Try holding by taking the plug out and place a peace of hard wood in the plug hole to stop the piston from moving.
fancyboxy