DVC500 at last wrote:Sounds like the armature just needs to be dried out. Pull the starter cover, and use high pressure air to blow it all dry. Or use a hair dryer. You may need to open the carb and drain any water out. Don't worry, it WILL run again.
I wash all my chainsaws in a tub of soap & water, before I start working on them. Water will not hurt it, as long as you can remove it all.
Remove the spark plug and spray WD-40 in there, so you don't ruin a piston.
If it still doesn't work, mail it to me and I'll get it running.
DO NOT USE STARTER FLUID!!!
I'm On Fire wrote:Thanks. I'll do that. I won't use starting fluid. And, I may take you up on the mailing it to you thing.
DVC500 at last wrote:I'm On Fire wrote:Thanks. I'll do that. I won't use starting fluid. And, I may take you up on the mailing it to you thing.
I get saws mailed to me all the time. And also chains in desperate need of sharpening. Easy pay via Pay-that-Pal.
Let me know if I can help, sounds like you are up to your nack in other projects right now .
Wood'nCoal wrote:The upper tstat is also the switch. Under normal load the bottom element does all the work. When the cold water reaches the top element the power is switched to the top element. The replacement tstats are cheap and all the big box stores have them.
Sorry you are heating DHW with electricity.