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Thank you so much! Have the same model as you with the same problem. The manual says to clean the spark plug but that did nothing. Used a 15 mm socket wrench thing and took out the spark plug arrestor. Didn't have a blow torch or the wire brush so I used a lighter to burn off whatever was on there and used steel wool to brush the rest of it off.
Mar 01, 2016 · To clean the spark arrestor: Wear cloves. Grab a torch. Hold the tip of the screen with a vise grip and get that screen glowing red to burn all carbon off. It's ok if the arrestor is dirty in the corners. You want the center to be clean; where the exhaust escapes.
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For a disc style arrestor, you need to disassemble and clean each disc individually. One way to clean the parts is by using some fuel and a copper wire brush to scrub off any debris. Rinse in fuel and wipe clean with a rag. Let all the parts it air dry before you re-install the assembly into the muffler.
Please contact a STIHL Approved Dealer who will be able to advise and check the saw, but a solenoid could be the issue here. The MS 201 TC-M made pre mid 2019 was the older reset process, that is, the first one shown above. Thanks very much, STIHL GB
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When your STIHL weed eater bogs down or has low power. Consider cleaning the Spark Arrester (Arrestor) of the STIHL FS56RC Weed Eater (Weedwacker). Eric Majors of Qwikmow.com cleans the Spark Arrester of the STIHL FS56RC.
Pull the screen out of the exhaust. I had a Stihl leafblower at work that did the same thing, ran like a beast when it finally started, the spark arrestor was plugged solid. Have you changed the plug lately, even if it looks clean they can still go bad.