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Leaks oil in case from chain oiler

Just purchased new saw from true value store#13569-2 albany,ky.

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  • eveleonapete Dec 02, 2008

    how do i get at the oil line?

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Hi

check the oil line,the oil hose has to be at the right place.

regards savumihai71

Posted on Dec 02, 2008

  • Savu Mihai Dec 03, 2008

    replace the clutsch and under it.



    cheers savumihai71

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