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Einleitung

This is a guide for people looking to fix a stuck or broken chainsaw rope. Chainsaw ropes getting stuck or broken inside a chainsaw is a common problem that occurs when operating a chainsaw. They prevent the chainsaw from starting up and are difficult to fix without instructions.

Some of the steps may vary depending on the type of chainsaw, but this guide provides an accurate solution, regardless of the type of chainsaw. It is also recommended that the user has a good understanding of how to operate a chainsaw before reading this guide to prevent any confusion.

  1. Remove the chainsaw casing or handle. This step will vary depending on what kind of chainsaw you are using. Some might only require you to remove the handle, while others have a casing you must remove instead.
    • Remove the chainsaw casing or handle.

    • This step will vary depending on what kind of chainsaw you are using. Some might only require you to remove the handle, while others have a casing you must remove instead.

  2. Remove the screw on top of the housing.
    • Remove the screw on top of the housing.

  3. Remove the housing unit. Remove the housing unit.
    • Remove the housing unit.

  4. Remove the rope from the chainsaw using a pair of pliers. Remove the rope from the chainsaw using a pair of pliers.
    • Remove the rope from the chainsaw using a pair of pliers.

  5. Make your adjustments to fix any problems with the rope.
    • Make your adjustments to fix any problems with the rope.

    • The adjustments needed to be made will vary depending on your specific problem with the rope.

  6. Stick the rope back through the insertion hole.
    • Stick the rope back through the insertion hole.

  7. Stick the housing back onto the casing.
    • Stick the housing back onto the casing.

    • Do not screw the housing on yet.

  8. Twist the housing unit until the tension is maxed out.
    • Twist the housing unit until the tension is maxed out.

    • Caution: Once the tension is maxed out, you must hold the housing unit firmly or else it will slide out and possibly hit you or someone nearby.

  9. Stick the rope through the groove into the housing. Stick the rope through the groove into the housing.
    • Stick the rope through the groove into the housing.

  10. Re-tie the rope into a knot.
    • Re-tie the rope into a knot.

  11. Slowly rewind the housing unit until the rope is back into its original position. Slowly rewind the housing unit until the rope is back into its original position.
    • Slowly rewind the housing unit until the rope is back into its original position.

  12. Re-screw any screws used to take off the housing.
    • Re-screw any screws used to take off the housing.

    • This step will vary. Not all chainsaws will have extra screws on their housing unit.

  13. Place the casing or handle back onto the chainsaw.
    • Place the casing or handle back onto the chainsaw.

    • Similarly to Step 1, this will vary depending on the type of chainsaw you are using.

  14. Pull on the rope to make sure the chainsaw works.
    • Pull on the rope to make sure the chainsaw works.

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