McCulloch chainsaw auto oiler

glynn(z7 MS)January 22, 2010

My McCulloch (model 600134140)20" chainsaw's automatic oiler has completely stopped working. Also, the manual oiler works, but is very hard to depress - about wear your thumb out trying to push the button in. Seems like the manual oiler becomes harder to push as the saw warms up.

I have tried blowing compressed air into the oil outlet and rinsed out the oil reservoir with fuel in case there is trash in there.

Anyone got any ideas? Thanks - Glynn

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canguy(British Columbia)

That model doesn't compute, are you sure it isn't the serial number? A little more information would help.

    Bookmark   January 22, 2010 at 9:17PM
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glynn(z7 MS)

Sorry, I did miss the model number by one digit.

Here are the numbers listed on the ID plate:


This was sold in a store as a refurbished saw, in case that makes a difference. It is probably about 12 years old. - Thanks

    Bookmark   January 23, 2010 at 11:04AM
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