Question about Poulan Pro Chain Saw 46cc 20"
What I would do is remove the bar and chain. In the side of the bar are a couple holes that feed oil from the saw into the bar grooves. Make sure these are clean of any debris. Then look at the side of the saw where there is usually a wear plate and make sure the groove there is also free of debris. Lastly I would start the saw WITHOUT the bar and chain and look for oil coming from the groove area described above. If nothing coming out then you have a problem with saw motor and would have to go deeper into it.
Posted on Dec 31, 2008
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