Hitachi CS 33ET Service Workshop Manual Repair
Hitachi CS 33ET Workshop Manual for the Repair and service of CS33ET chainsaw. The PDF manual has diagrams and detailed information to troubleshoot and repair the chainsaw. View free page images online or download a complete digital PDF that you can easily save, print or view on all devices from mobiles, tablets or computers.
What’s covered in the CS 33ET Workshop Manual
service PDF manuals cover every subject with detailed descriptions of repair and servicing methods specific to the CS 33ET including troubleshooting the carburetor, Engine, Throttle, clutch, Cylinder, Piston, fuel, Starter and the ignition system. Complete disassembly and assembly of all parts are described in detail.
Detailed Description of Hitachi CS 33ET Workshop Manual
Specifications, Troubleshooting Chart, Carburetor removal and installation, Carburetor Repair, Clutch, Chain Brake, Pistons, Engine, Ignition system, Starter, Tightening Torques, Servicing, Controls, Throttle Control, Muffler, Fuel System, Flywheel, Shaft, Attachments and Special Tools.
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Hitachi CS 33ET Chainsaw Specifications
Replace carburetor with a Walbro carb: WT 949 or WT 940. CARBURETOR ASS’Y WT-940 (including 179-192, 230, 231 for USA, Europe) and CARBURETOR ASS’Y WT-949 (including 179-192, 230, 231 for Australia, Russia)
Weight: 9 (lbs.)
Engine Type: Two-Stroke
Displacement CC: 32.2 CC
Power Output H.P.: 1.6
Fuel Tank Capacity FL. OZ. (CC): 10.1 (300)
Cylinder: Chrome Plated, Stress Relieved
Connecting Rod: Forged Steel
Carburetor: Walbro WT 949, Walbro WT 940
Diaphragm w/ Primer Starting System: S-Start
Ignition System: Transistorized Electronic
Clutch System: Heavy-duty Centrifugal BAR
Optional Bar & Chain Combinations: 14 Inches
Chain Pitch: 3/8 Inch
Chain Oil Capacity: 6.4 Fluid-Ounces
Oiling System: Crankshaft Driven, Adjustable
Automatic Chain Brake: Inertia activated
EPA Phase 2 Compliant: Yes
C.A.R.B. Tier II Compliant: Yes
Gas Fuel / Oil Ratio: 50:1
Replace spark plug with NGK Bpmr6A, Bosch WSR7F, Champion CJ8Y or alternative.
Adjusting the Carburetor On The CS 33ET Chainsaw
Use the screw to adjust the carburetor. Idle Adjust Screw-use the screw for adjusting the amount of air during idling. Turning the screw clockwise increases the engine revolutions; turning it counterclockwise decreases the engine revolutions.
If the fuel has been in the tank unused for months, it can pick up moisture and fail to ignite. Replace it with fresh fuel. You might also need to replace the fuel filter at the same time. Check the fuel lines for cracks and replace them if necessary. If you still have problems after checking those issues, consider replacing or rebuilding the carburetor (carburetor assembly WT-949 6685209 or carburetor assembly WT-940).
For a non starting chainsaw, check for compression, remove the spark plug, press your thumb over the opening and pull the starter cord. If you don’t feel the air pushing from the cylinder, it’s likely that the piston rings need to be replaced (for an accurate compression reading, use a compression gauge).
The S-start pull-force reduction system allows for an easy start every time. The Auto Choke Return puts the choke back to running position after starting.