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Excessive chain oil coming from oil tank onto the chain.

To much oil coming onto the chain in my Huskvarna36.Even when engine is stopped oil drips out. Is there a way of controling the flow by adjustments to the pump; if so how is this done

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You possibly have a hole in oil line that goes to the oiler outlet.the only way to repair this is to take the saw all the way apart to get to hose that is located between the housing and the cover.it is a real pain in the ****,but it can be do.any questions please contact me

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There is a screw right next where the oil comes from need to turn it clockwise ,unless it came off

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