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Dolmar 143 Service Manual needed

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  1. WaterDog16S

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    Bought a Sachs Dolmar 143 at auction, non- runner. Going to try to bring it back to life. Need a Service Manual. Any out there? Thanks.
     
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    Check your inbox for a small Clymer service manual. Haven't seen a factory 143 service manual.
     
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    Thanks Ray.
    Still hoping to turn up something more complete.
    WaterDog16S
     
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    Should be very similar to a 123, or 133 manual only real difference would be bore size and maybe a few small things
     
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    What are you needing to know about the 143. Lots of people on here could probably help you figure it out?
     
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    Flywheel retaining nut torque for now.
    Waiting on a kit for the carb, and a tach.
    It's a non-runner I bought at auction. Seems to have PLENTY of compression, I had to get help to hold it down when I cranked it, lol.
    Hoping I don't have to tear it down but just wanted to be prepared. Would like to put a 3-4' bar on it for some of these big oaks we've been cleaning up from storm damage. Have been making do with an old Craftsman 3.7 with a 28" bar, but it has required a lot of notching to get deep enough on some of them.
     
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    Have any spark? Ignitions was the biggest issues with those saws
     
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    Good strong blue with new plug gapped to .025", after cleaning flywheel. Dumped all existing fuel (checked fuel filter, it was clean) and added fresh 40:1, installed plug and cranked until I was winded. No hit. Pulled plug and it was dry.
    Ordered carb kit. When I got this saw it had years of dust and cobwebs on it.
     
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