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Shindaiwa B450

Shindaiwa B450

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    Humd1nger

    Humd1ngerAU

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    Delicate and Fragile

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    2 comments
    Gerry
    Gerry

    I own a few B450's. I am a licensed yard maintenance worker. The B450 is my go to cutter for the toughest jobs, an if you need anything any tougher just add on a tornado blade.

    Garden Warrior
    Garden Warrior

    Im a contractor and have used the b450 for years, to powerful for the standard head yet there are many other heads that do fit. I use a big 4mm cord on a head that has three cords about 7 inches long that cuts through anything.

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    Allister B.

    Allister B.asked

    My b450 starts and is idling perfectly; but when I apply the throttle for some reason the power is not transferred to the head of the trimmer..any ideas?

    No answers
    pgervacio

    pgervacioasked

    My b450 brush cutter won't start, check for spark on the spark plug, there is spark, tried using starter fluid, still won't start. what do I do next?

    1 answer
    nalramroop6
    nalramroop6

    Pull up the choke .if u already did that...place a few drops of mixed gas in the chamber and pull the starter and if it starts then the carb needs clealing or the diaphragm needs changing.
    If it didn't start the the coil could be weak or the engine is problematic

    mel

    melasked

    I have a shindaiwa B450 bushcutter and my nephew put an oil rich fuel mix. (He didn't add the proper fuel to the can for the correct mixture). The bushcutter has since lost all power, meaning it will start, but the whip barley turns and it sounds like there is no power in the machine. Its much quieter now. Is this normal?

    4 answers

    Clean or change your spark plug

    nalramroop6
    nalramroop6

    These machines come defective....five months my lasted with piston wear and ring seizure....commercial use.

    C. Nile
    C. Nile

    Empty the fuel tank & replace with a small quantity of straight unleaded. Set to full choke, full throttle, & try starting it. When it fires up, stop it immediately, empty the tank & refill with correct fuel mixture (25:1).
    I've also found that starting at near full throttle, with prompt choke adjustment once it kicks in, helps when starting.
    BTW, not pointing the finger at anyone, but if they say that the B450 is fragile, they're profoundly delusional. I bought mine secondhand on eBay, it was ex-council, so extensively used, I've had it for 7 years, clean the filter occasionally, never cleaned or changed the plug, & it hasn't missed a beat.

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