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The chain came off while cutting a tree limb. I cannot get it back on. What steps should I follow? Thank you.

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    yes i need help

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    need to replace the chain on remington LD4016AW

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There are one or two large nuts on the chain side. There is also a screw adjustment on the front where the bar or chain guide meets the saw. You loosen the nuts a bit (so that you can move the bar). Then you back the screw out to allow the bar to move back into the saw enough for you to put the chain back on the bar in the guide slot. Then you tighten that screw to the point that you can still push the chain around the bar (wear gloves) and there is very little slack under neath. Then you tighten the nuts. As you tighten them, pull up on the "nose" of the bar.

Make sure you keep oil in the reservoir and oil a lot as you cut. Keep the chain adjusted, they stretch as you use them. RTFM

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