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Question: Flywheel 5300047198
If and when this flywheel becomes avaiable; does anyone know if will fit the Poulan Micro XXV Gas Chainsaw? This engine has the old points and condenser ignition so the underside of the flywheel has to have a larger cavity to clear the breaker point box. The newer electronic ignition flywheel has a snaller cavity and will not clear the breaker point box.
Question: Poulan Micro 250-33CCM Fuel Tank
I have an old Poulan Micro XXV Deluxe - Micro 250-33CCM, serial number 30601416 that has a cracked fuel tank.
The tank, Item 35 on the parts list, shows that it is no longer available.
Is there a source to purchase an aftermarket tank that will fit?
Thanks for any help you can provide.
Question: Pouland Micro XXV How To Replace...
The fuel line on my micro xxv broke in half, the parts diagram is nice, but doesn't show how to put a replacement fuel line in. Any help would be appreciated.
Reply: Pouland Micro XXV How To Replace...
I have the same problem. How to find the right fuel line and how to install it into the gas tank.
I replaced the fuel line and the gasket from fig. F #39 and still can't get the saw to run - it fired once with the choke on, then wouldn't start. It leaks fuel from the exhaust and I can't figure out where the problem is. Any help would be appreciated.
I think it is a very good possibility that you have a reed valve leaking into the crankcase. Had the same prob on an old homelite, it would run for a very short period of time, then stop, then the engine would feel like it was seized up, remove the sparkplug and you cud pour fuel out of it. You may have a variant of same.
Question: Poulan Micro XXV Chainsaw
I am having trouble getting my Poulan Micro XXV saw to run. I can get it to fire once with the choke on, then I can't get it to start or fire at all after that. Fuel is running out of the exhaust and I can't figure out why this is happening or what to do. Any help would be appreciated. Also, the plug is soaked in fuel as well, and the plug is good and I have the proper gap set as well. Thanks.
Reply: Poulan Micro XXV Chainsaw
greg,you need to check the fuel float level which is done by a diaphragm;you need to remove the cover that the fuel is picked up by;follow the fuel line from the fuel tank to the carb,you could have dirt inside the carb & not allowing the float needle to seat or the adjustment of the float needle arm is off;usually the arm should be flush with the carb body,you have to bend the arm with a small screwdriver;i would guess it is dirt inside the carb causing your problem usually the later doesn't occur unless someone was inside trying to adjust something;hope this helps