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Stihl 076 Workshop Manual.

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Can anyone help me out with a Stihl 076 (Quickstop) workshop manual please, I already have both the IPL and Stihl Owners manual. Thank you in anticipation.





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Hi, glad you got sorted with a manual, just to add, these saws are much discussed on arboristsite if that`s any help, cheers


That good to know thanks.



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Hi guys,

having issues with stihl 076. 


Can anyone advise on where to source a workshop manual - would be much appreciated. 

The issue I’m having is that after 5mins normal running, she starts to slightly over-rev and then will dip in revs, comes back again but drops off again. Leave to cool and she repeats this pattern. 
starting to think it’s the coil as inlet / outlet have been checked. Any experience or ideas would appreciated. 

thanks a lot...

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If it’s not electrical, I had similar with an old 044 many years ago. Crank seal was on the way out which I think led to it either sucking in air into the crankcase, or blowing some of the mix out when warm. This I believe led to the odd rise in revs and drop in revs.

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