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Picked this up for $5 today. Not much of a homelite guy but i thought it was neat looking and the price wasent bad lol. It came with the hard case, and a homelite file. and a screwdriver and wrench that was in the bottom of the case. Saw has not been ran in a long time im guessing by the grease it had on it. Id like to get it running. i cleaned the plug and put new gas in it but cant get it to hit. Ive never been around a homelite or a saw this old so maybe im not doing somthing right? Anyone have any imformation or hints on this little saw?
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There's only a few things needed to run an engine, intake,compression,power(spark),exhaust. First is check spark w/ a good plug, by pass carb with gas in plug next and work from there if it fires you have fuel deliver issues. If you don't have spark it could be a coil or kill switch.
 

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I once got a free snowblower that had the wrong plug in it use a manual never just replace with what was in it I go to an Auto Parts store its usually cheaper. The free snowblower fired right up with correct plug.
 

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It looks like a "Super 2" from the 80's. The model and serial should be on the silver tag just to the right of the choke lever. That's a plastic case right? Or is it magnesium with twin triggers?
 

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It looks like a "Super 2" from the 80's. The model and serial should be on the silver tag just to the right of the choke lever. That's a plastic case right? Or is it magnesium with twin triggers?
Im pretty sure it says 1985. It plastic with a single trigger. It is firing, but still messing with it when i get the time.
 

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UT10653? That's the same as mine. I bought it used over 20 years ago. It's been a great little saw and the only thing I had to do was replace the ignition a few years ago.Tons of parts are available on ebay.
Not only on ebay cubquest
 
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