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2018/12/12 12:26:35 (permalink)
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Homelite 33cc Bandit chainsaw

What would be the best way to remove the plugs from the carburetor adjustment screws?

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    Re: Homelite 33cc Bandit chainsaw 2018/12/12 14:26:02 (permalink)
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    You have already asked this question twice. I will leave it here where it belongs and delete the other, double posts waste bandwidth. I can't answer the question, I work on saws but don't touch the new Homelites.
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    Re: Homelite 33cc Bandit chainsaw 2018/12/12 14:48:41 (permalink)
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    What is the saw's UT number as I can what carburetor setup it has? Or post a picture the carburetor EPA tamper resistant caps/plugs.
    post edited by AVB - 2018/12/12 14:49:58
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    Re: Homelite 33cc Bandit chainsaw 2018/12/12 15:31:41 (permalink)
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    The number is UT10901A. Thank you, for answering!
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    Re: Homelite 33cc Bandit chainsaw 2018/12/12 17:18:16 (permalink)
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    Saw repair, I hate to ask for an image but Homelite has supersede the carb to one without these limiters so I will need see what you are dealing with.
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    Re: Homelite 33cc Bandit chainsaw 2018/12/12 18:28:03 (permalink)
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    Well, the picture goes to 71% and stops right there on this site. Im not computer savvy enough to figure it out. Thank you for trying. Saw repair
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    Re: Homelite 33cc Bandit chainsaw 2018/12/13 08:27:28 (permalink)
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    Hmmm Let try this then. Are they like these?

    1. Rotate Low and Hi Mixture Needles counter-clockwise to line up Limiter Cap tabs with carburetor
    locating slots. If tabs are not lined up with slots caps cannot be removed.
    2. Screw left-hand thread 2.5mm Limiter Cap Tool (#91075) into Low Speed Limiter Cap and turn counterclockwise
    until cap tab just clears the carb slots. Remove tool from cap by turning tool clockwise leaving
    cap in place. NOTE: Use the 3.0mm oversize Limiter Cap tool (#91076) if the cap strips out.
    3. Repeat Step 2 on High Speed Limiter Cap and completely remove cap.
    4. Complete removal of Low Speed Limiter Cap.
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    Re: Homelite 33cc Bandit chainsaw 2018/12/13 11:28:20 (permalink)
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    No. I have a black triangular piece on the left side of the carburetor that at the bottom has an orifice. In the orifice are the two adjustment screws. These have some type of metal plugs covering those screws.
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    Re: Homelite 33cc Bandit chainsaw 2018/12/14 11:40:52 (permalink)
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    Hope this comes through ! AVB
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