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Chain oiler inop

I have a Mcculloch 435 Chain saw and the chain oiler doesn't work. Does anybody have a breakdown on what parts are in it and how the oil flows? The screws came loose on the pump and I don't know if anything is lost.

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This is a common problem and requires replacement of the pump. remove the bar and chain, the pump comes loose with a few screws. under it you'll see the filter which could be clogged, but not usually as contaminants are not likely to enter the tank. Small engine shops can order the new pump for you, hope this helps

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