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Sasch Dolmar 119 question
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Jarett    Posted 08-17-2003 at 13:04:54       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I have a Sachs Dolmar 119 chain saw that I am having a problem with. It leaks gas unless it is held upright. I took the top off of it and noticed that there are two outlest from the gas tank. one has a tube going the the carb, and the other has nothing ont it. This is where the leak is coming from. Does anyone know if there is supposed to be somethin on the second outlet, or if I can just plug it?


Redneck    Posted 08-17-2003 at 16:59:41       [Reply]  [No Email]
Back when I logged I was talked into trying one out.It used three times as much gas as my other saws and did not cut near as balanced or fast.

I think that is a vent hole to let out overflow if there may be any.Just a guess though.


Sid    Posted 08-17-2003 at 15:13:28       [Reply]  [No Email]
I do not have a Sasch but my experience with other saws makes me think it might be a breather hole and should have filter or something to allow air in as the tank empties and keep gas from leaking as well as keep dirt out. I have heard some good things about these saws although I have never had one.


Les    Posted 08-17-2003 at 13:44:09       [Reply]  [No Email]
Sachs Dolmar is another name for "junque" around here. I understand the big professional models are okay but the little ones are made out of artificial cheese. Get yourself a real chainsaw like a Jonsereds or Husqvarna or even an old Homelite or McCulloch if you don't want to deal with problems like that.


Cindi    Posted 08-17-2003 at 13:19:22       [Reply]  [No Email]
I imagine you're missing a hose.


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