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CHAINSAW NOT CUTTING PROPERLY

I HAVE A HOMELITE CHAINSAW, WHEN I AM CUTING THE BAR TWISTS AND CUTS AT AN ANGLE SORT OF TRAPPING THE BAR AND IT STARTS TO STRUGGLE TO CUT SOMETIMES SPARKING. IT'S IMPOSSIBLE TO DO A STRAIGHT CUT, IT IS LIKE A BANANA, COULD IT BE THE CHAIN?

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  • miracle_bait Jan 05, 2009

    I tried that it seems fine, anything else it could be ?

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Sounds like your chain is too loose, try tightening it.

Posted on Jan 05, 2009

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