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    I have a friend who took apart my Jonsered 2077, he left it apart, the crank shaft and oiler mechanism. A local kid who does chain saw repair was unable/unwilling to do anything a couple weeks after I dropped it off. How to get this fixed?
     
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    Maybe you could find a memeber near enough to you, @paragonbuilder is out that way.
     
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    Sure I can look at it. Where are you located? I’m in Norwich.
     
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    I'm in the Norwalk area, any help would be appreciated. The friend took apart the oiling unit and the crank, external not internally. I ordered a recoil used, which does not have a pull cord/handle and an oil pump from chainsawr.
     
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    That's easy peasy. I'm sure Dan will have you fixed up in no time.
     
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    What was it taken apart for in the first place?
    Was it running ok?
     
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    It was not oiling the chain; Sam in Old Lyme was working on his saws, which are 1970s Huskys and then took mine apart and left it like that and had no interest in putting it back together once I got the parts. Good saw, my brother had spent hundreds on a tune up some years ago.
     
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    I work in Essex, if your up this way we can meet up. I’m sure we can get her cutting for you again.
     
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    If you have some mechanical skills we could walk you through the reassembly.

    Heck even if you don't it ain't that difficult.

    Post up some pics of what you have going on.
     
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    You got the metal worm gear or the plastic winged one?

    I have had a few oilers on the series give up the ghost. Oilers can be bought new still if oiler.
     
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    Cut4fun Redneck Chainsaw Repair

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    Just so you know what your looking at.

    pwgg.jpg ppwormgear3.jpg
     
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    Thanks, it was the earlier one, pre-1992 I believe.

    It was listed on Bargain News as a "Tomsered" not Jonsered and I bought it and got good use out of it.

    I'll try to upload some pics when I get it back, got to pick it up from the high school kid.

    I've been doing log splitting jobs, most are 2-4 cord, fortunately I haven't needed a big one though, though I looked at a job in Carmel, NY with a lot of tree length wood, probably 4 cord, ash and up to 3 feet or so. I didn't even estimate it, makes no sense without the right equipment.
     
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    If you are picking it up in Old Lyme, I’m not far from there. We can meet up and check it out.
    My number is 8604284598
     
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    I already picked it up there, am in the Norwalk area. I'll try to follow up with pics on Monday; I work part time at THD.
     
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    Looks like a few issues there. Recoil looks jacked up also? You're probably gonna need Dan's help. Lol
     
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    Clean it thoroughly inspect for any wear or damage
    Cake saws to work on.
    I wish i didn't have to put back together most of the newer saws i work on.
     
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    Whatever happened with this?
     
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    It's still in the back of my car; a member here offered to help if I drove it up to where he worked he would check it out; but that is like 1 1/2 hours away, so if I get to that part of the state it may happen. Thanks for asking.
     
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    How complicated is this to fix? Since the friend took it apart, I bought the recoil and saw pump used. What would be a step by step reassembly on this?
     
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