Question about Homelite Consumer Products 9.0 Amp, 14 In. Chainsaw
Is there something clogged? Do I need to adjust something?
Hey secureman777..........I have a Homelite 330, and I had the same problem. On mine, there is a rubber tube with a metal screen on the end inside the chain oil reservoir. The screen got all gunked up and wouldn't allow the oil to get sucked up by the oil pump. To get to it, you need to drain the oil and you should be able to see it down at the bottom of the reservoir. I used a long magnet to bring it out of the tank so I could clean it. That's all mine needed. I hope yours is that simple. It could also be the diaphragm inside the oil pump. If your saw isn't too old, they probably still sell the diaphragm. My saw is a 1981 and they don't make the diaphragm any more...............Good luck with your saw.
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