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My log splitter has a leak

  1. Clean the area around the rear of the motor and the log splitter with white spirit and dry it.
  2. Dab around the general area of the leak with a kitchen towel which should pick up spots of oil from the source of the leak. It may help to operate the pump.
  3. Take photographs of where the leak is coming from and forward them to our technical helpline (technical@forest-master.com) for further diagnosis and solution.

Q: What can cause a leak in the log splitter?
A: Leaks can be caused by various reasons such as damaged seals, loose fittings, or damaged hydraulic components.

Q: How can I locate the source of the leak?
A: Clean the area around the rear of the motor and the log splitter with white spirit and dry it. Dab around the general area of the leak with a kitchen towel which should pick up spots of oil from the source of the leak. It may help to operate the pump.

Q: What should I do after locating the source of the leak?
A: Take photographs of where the leak is coming from and forward them to the manufacturer’s customer service for further diagnosis and solution.

Q: How can I prevent leaks in the log splitter?
A: Regularly check and replace worn-out or damaged hydraulic components, fittings and seals. Follow the manufacturer’s instructions for the maintenance and use of the log splitter.

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