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McCulloch CS400T

McCulloch CS400T Questions & Answers

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7 questions from our users

Aaron H.

Aaron H.asked

What fuel do I use?

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Aaron H.

Aaron H.asked

What fuel do I use?

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Aaron H.

Aaron H.asked

What fuel do I use?

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Gordon

Gordonasked

Bought a cs 400t took first one back as it wouldn’t stop running when idling or it just cut out after adjusting screw T. Bought a replacement. This one is cutting out all the time and now when eventually it starts, I press for full running after 30 - 60 secounds and it just stops. Only used it for an hour as anyone else had issues or a solution please.

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jackie12
jackie12

You MUST start with a full tank of fuel. 25ml per litre (40:1)
Start the saw, let it idle for 20-30 seconds and then start to give her a few bursts of 1/4 to 1/2 throttle, but not full ball. You can get to work, but don't flog the guts out of it for at least 2 mins. You want your engine to warm up somewhat, before ripping into full power band.

See if you can get it hot and go from there. Could be a dodgy spark plug if it keeps dropping out. Keep us updated okay. Cheers.

Chris B

Chris Basked

My Mculloch CS420t leaks gas when stored. Any idea what is causing this?

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Troy
Troy

I found that the oiler leaked from oil residue in the tank. Try storing the saw without fuel and oil. Hope this helps.

scoops

scoopsasked

I brought the CS400T model having trouble getting it to run without cutting out mixture I have used for petrol 5lt to 100ml of oil is this correct?

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Chook55
Chook55

20mL oil to 1L petrol is 50:1. So 100mL to 5L is correct for 50:1 oil/petrol mix.
25mL oil to 1L petrol is 40:1. So 125mL to 5L is correct for 40:1 oil/petrol mix.

Put the oil in first then add the fuel.

Chook55
Chook55

20mL oil to 1L petrol is 50:1. So 100mL to 5L is correct for 50:1 oil/petrol mix.
25mL oil to 1L petrol is 40:1. So 125mL to 5L is correct for 40:1 oil/petrol mix.

Put the oil in first then add the fuel.

Drew

Drewasked

Just bought a cs400t have not used it yet but had it running. Leaks bar oil on my work bench. Will this stop after running in?
Cheers Drew

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Phlipper
Phlipper

Shouldn't be leaking oil.
Have you tried taking the bar out and checking for obstructions

Drew
Drew

Leaks a lot. . No obstructions. Hasn't done any work yet

Frenchy
Frenchy

Hi, did you have any luck in working this out? I bought one today and it is doing exactly the same thing. The oil is running out at the bar.

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