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Timber wolf 590 Oiler adjustment screw

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  1. AubreyN

    AubreyN New Member

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    Adjusting bar oil in the woods and backed screw out too far.. rattled out while running all day. Have looked at a couple parts breakdowns and can’t find it. Anyone out there have any guesses on where to find one or what the number is?
    Thank you
     
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    Every IPL I've seen has auto oiler as a whole assembly - probably don't part that low. I don't know what the business end looks like - tapered like a H-L screw? Regular? Maybe someone has pulled one and knows.
     
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    I also looked and there is no part no for the screw that I could find. You might want to call technical assistance and ask.
     
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    I didn't think the adjuster screw would come out. Thought they had a stop in the housing like a roll pin.
    I believe the adjust changes how much the piston/gear moves in and out of the oil chamber, to deliver more or less oil per stroke.
    Steve
     
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    $80 bucks to fix mine! Why I don't have echos anymore. Had to get the whole unit!
     
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    I think its an e clip or similar. I have a used pump off an 8000 I can look at for you. If I can get the pump apart Ill take a pic for you. Reason is the 8000 pump is sevicable whereas the 590-600p-620 pump isnt. Maybe you can word this as a warranty problem? The thing isnt supposed to fall apart.
     
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    I know my 400 has stops on it, force it you may, something will break.

    Steve
     
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    The 590 does have a stop for the adjuster. It would have to be a defect or forced pretty hard to get passed it and have the screws fall out. How old is the saw?
     
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    Yeah, my 590 has very limited range of motion on the adjuster screw too - and I'm not going to try to force it just to find out how hard it is to break!
     
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    I had a 590 trade in on a saw sale. P&C were toast. They wanted $175 for a topend. Nope - not on a saw that sells for $200-225 refurbed.
     
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    Looks like the screw is held in by a roll pin on the top side of the screw. Same oiler on the 590, 600 and 620. No part number for the screw, spring or roll pin. Maybe a dealer would have a bad oiler and you could get the parts off it.
     
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    You're right, but based on what I've read here, Echo will say it was caused by straight gassing or using E-10 gas.
     
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    Or the wrong spark plug.

    Steve
     
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    Did I hear my name? According to the chart it was correct but it wasn’t the plug it was shipped with. They were really grabbing for straws on that one.
     
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