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Ryobi 40 cc bar oiler not working

Not getting oil to the bar. the end of the hole is not pluged

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  • lenz1 Mar 26, 2009

    Were can I find the worm gear to buy? My saw would not oil teh gear and when I checked teh gear was badly worn. I still have to fine tune it. Please can I get further details on the servicing?

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Hi customweldi
check the oil filter,the oil line ,the oiler and the worm gear.Clean the bar and the oil hose.
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The numbers Homelite & Ryobi use do not match the numbers everyone posts. A careful inspection of your saw should find something that matches.

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Areas/components to check/clean and ensure no clogging:
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For the exploded parts diagram of a PCN4040, pls click here.

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