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Chainsaw When I use my chainsaw it cuts in a curve and jams, I heard it is not sharpened correctly.If it curves to the left is the right side of the chain blunt or vise versa ?

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Yes if chain is not right it will cut o one side. if it is going left then yes rt side teeth

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