troy-bilt chipper

JVBullJuly 20, 2011

I bought a used Troy-Bilt chipper model CS4210 (10HP). Chipper starts on first pull and chips like a demon...but it does not pull branches into chute...I must aggressively push each in and down for chipping. Is this normal? If not, what needs fixing/replacing. Thanks much for ideas.

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mla2ofus

If the blades are sharp you have to hold the wood back to keep from stalling the engine.
Mike

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