Overheating in an Echo Chainsaw?

Answer An Echo chainsaw uses an internal combustion engine. These engines require a very specific temperature: just hot enough to ignite the fuel completely but cool enough to prevent the seals and piston... Read More »

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Echo Chainsaw Troubleshooting?

Echo chainsaws run on a gasoline powered two-cycle engine. These small engines have many interconnected parts which tend to break down together, so finding the part or parts that are causing the en... Read More »

How do I mix the oil-to-gas ratio for an Echo chainsaw?

Preparing the MixPour out any old fuel left in your fuel container. If thick oil deposits are sitting on the bottom of the canister, rinse it out with fresh gasoline. The mixture ratio for Echo cha... Read More »

How do I adjust the oiler on an Echo chainsaw?

Locate the oiler screw, which will be on the underside of the engine body, and will be marked by "+" and "-" signs. Turn the screw, with a Phillips head screwdriver, counterclockwise to increase oi... Read More »

How to Change an Echo 346 Chainsaw Chain?

The single most dangerous event when using a chainsaw is called kickback, which means the chainsaw chain and guide bar move very rapidly upwards in a surprise motion with tremendous force. Kickback... Read More »