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Most saws have a adjustment screw in the front of the saw next to the blade. Or in the side cover that holds the bar on the saw. Loosen the nuts that hold the bar on and use a flat head screw driver to tighten the chain do not over tighten to be sure of this you should be able to pull the chain by hand. Once its just right tight the bar nuts and your good to go
Posted on Feb 19, 2012
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