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I sharpend my chain and filed and flip the bar around. And it still want cut. Do I need a new bar and chain?

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I dont me to be rude but two things spring to mind, firstly have you put the chain on backwards? the chain on the top of the bat should have the sharp edge facing away from the saw ( turns clockwise as you look at it from the side of the saw ) and secondly have you sharpened it correctly ( right angles, and taken the depth gauges down to the correct hight ) there should be no need to replace the guide bar, at worst a new chain will do, let me know if you need to know more about chain sharpening.

Posted on Feb 17, 2012

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  • Lee Davidson Feb 17, 2012

    Chain is on right and yes I sharpen my chain at a 32 degree. I no what your thinking but this isn't my first saw.

  • Andrew White Feb 17, 2012

    Have you taken the depth gauges down? the cutters all slope backwards so as you remove material from the cutters the depth gauges in effect get higher, if you put a straight enge across the top of the cutters you should have a 25 thousands of an inch gap between the straight endge and the depth gauge, if not it will never cut anything no matter how sharp the cutters are,

  • Lee Davidson Feb 17, 2012

    I'll look but I still think I need a new chain

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check the nose sprocket and the bar groove for excess wear..
Is the chain the correct pitch for the bar and sprocket.

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when you put the chain on new did you adjust the tension on the chain.most new chains need to be ran a few minutes to heat them up a little.then you need to readjust chian so it doesn't sag out of the bottem of the bar,also when you adjust the chain you need to push the tip of the bar down so the bar is in the up possition.if you don't the bar will work it's way up and loosen the chain.

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SOURCE: saw cuts then stops chain still goes around bar then seems to catch agian then cuts

sounds like the clutch is starting to go out. i have one just like it and the same thing happened to me

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SOURCE: chain needs to be sharpend

Look at the chain, theresa 3 there and that number coinsides with file size

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SOURCE: Chain keeps falling off bar afterwhen saw is

Reinstall the chain. Do NOT connect power. Mark one link (chalk, crayon, etc.) wear gloves and try to rotate the chain one complete revolution. Is this possible? No - remove the chain and remove burrs from the sides of the drive links with a flat file.
3893c9d.jpg An IPL for your saw can be found here:
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http://shoppingcart.msservicecompany.com/Default.aspx
Enter "111409" in the "Search for your unit by Model #:" window. Click search. Click "View Model" Click "View Illustrated Parts Diagram"

Yes - inspect the sprocket gear (KEY NO. - 11) pn 111363-01 new pn 122520-01 NLA, is it deeply grooved or perhaps worn through?

I'm going to get smacked as I have so many times before. The only thing RemingtonPower is producing today is unhappy customers. Replacement parts are exhausted. we aren't affiliated and had nothing to do with their decision to stop production.

Burrs on the chain or a defective sprocket are the most likely causes of your problem. If the gear is bad, there are no replacement parts available and I cannot help you further except to recommend you purchase a name brand replacement. Select a company you think will have replacement parts when you need them sometime in the future.
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Chain adjustment

  1. Make sure the chain brake is off (gloves will protest your fingers).
  2. If necessary, loosen the bar nuts that are clamping the clutch cover in place (or whatever holds the clutch cover and bar on). They don't need these really loose - finger tight will do.
  3. Ease the tension adjustment until the chain is obviously loose.
  4. Using one hand, hold the nose of the bar up.
  5. While holding the nose up, adjust the tensioner so that the center of the chain just touches the underside of the bar, add a touch more.
  6. Continue holding the nose of the bar up & tighten up the bar nuts / bolts / quick-release system.
Your rating of our help is the only payment we get for this service. I provided as much help as humanly possible. Punishing me for your disappointment with RemingtonPower isn't fair to me. I hope I answered your question. Thanks. A few kind words would be appreciated.
Lou

Posted on Nov 02, 2009

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