Had the same problem on my husqy 136. replaced oil pump, no joy. filled oil tank with brake cleaner fluid and left overnight then ran saw, this cleared blockage in oil feed pipe and everything is now ok.
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Not enough oil getting to the chain, check the oil flow, hold the tip of the bar close to a tree stump rev the saw, you should see a good line of oil on the stump srayed from the end of the bar, if not the machine is not oiling, drain the oil tank, fill with a suitable cleaning fluid, give it a good rinse out, and try again.
Take the bar and chain off and clean both thourghly. Use a small blade screwdriver to scrape built up saw dust,dirt woodchips or whatever from bar track and make sure both are in good shape. The oil port should be located by bar alignment pin.Brush it clean and if you have access to compressed air then blow out to help clear port. Turn your saw upside down and locate screw that has directional arrow to + or - to add or subtract amount of oil flow.
I would start and run saw with bar and chain installed and properly tensioned. Let saw warm up then hold saw about one inch above clean piece of wood and run at full throttle for 30 seconds.There should be a light coating of oil on board. If you have too much oil then turn screw in direction on - until you get it set where you want it. There should be a light coating of oil on chain and bar at all times.
I mostly use stihl saws and run about 1 1/2 tanks of gas per tank of oil and this works great for me. Hope this helps you. Thanks.
1. clean bar & saw - checking oil holes, groove on bar; oil outlet on saw - may be partially blocked - a fine wire may assist with careful clearing. 2. if cleaned replace bar/chain and test for oil flow. 3. drain oil and check if there is a filter, clean/replace filter and clean out tank. 4. see step 2 5. If still not flowing - check for manual adjustment of oil pump.(May need to be advanced) The next steps depend on your own abilities and experience as to whether you want to further investigate or approach a reputable dealer to see about repairing or replacing oil pump and or associated oil line(depends on your brand/model etc).
Depending on your knowledge and experience - 1. Find your manual and check on maintenance routines. 2. If no manual avail - clean your saw and your bar. Bar - oil holes clear, groove clean etc Saw - locate where the oil pumps out - ensure any guides, holes etc are clean. 3. If saw gas manual oil pump adjustment screw -advance the flow 4 Drain the oil tank checking for dirt etc and if necessary clean tank with a little of your fuel. 5.Refill oil tank AFTER it is clean and dry. 6. Replace bar/chain etc and test if flow is better If still no good you may need to repair/replace oil pump -not that hard to do but if in doubt take it to a reputable dealer.
Normally, there are valves in the oil circuit that prevent oil/air movement in the reverse direction. There is usually an oil filter on the line inside the tank that occasionally will plug up. Remove same and check. An oil line can go bad as well as the oil pump. Some brands of saw use a plastic gear for the pump and the gear can strip it's teeth--check for same. When checking for oil flow, remove the bar and chain--look for oil to ooze out of a port on the engine case where the bar fits to. If ok, then clean the oil passages in the bar end, especially the two small passages that go to the chain groove on both sides of the bar. Finally, with everything together, run the saw at speed with the bar tip near a piece of cardboard for a few moments--it should throw off a thin line of oil on the cardboard. Hope this helps!
Remove the clutch cover, bar, and chain, clean the bar groove, any holes and passages on the rear of the bar (both sides, consider rotating the bar) Clean the saw’s oiler hole and channel. Start the saw and see if it oils when revved up. If yes reassemble your saw. If no, continue with 2.
Insert a blunted, hooked piece of wire through the oil filler hole and pull the hose in the oil tank out (clean or replace, difficult to determine serviceability). Work your way through the linkage cleaning and replacing any defective parts as you go. Carefully check the hoses for cracks especially at bends and connections. If equipped with an oil pump it is usually behind the clutch (clutch is probably left handed thread). Please make extensive notes & some digital pictures will help during reassembly. GL
hi cindilou50 check the oil filter from the oil tank,the oil line ,the worm gear and the oiler under the clutch.Clean the ways where the oil goes with compresed air.(after you fill out the oil tank)Also check the oil hose.
THIS WORKED FOR ME....I have a 2014. I've had that problem for quite awhile. I finally decided to try to fix it. I took the bar and chain off, removed all the crud in there. Then I took a small air compressor and blew out the entire area so it was pretty clean. I started the saw at this point and gunned it some. The oil became noticible within a few seconds where it comes out at, above the outer chain bar bolt. Once I found the hole, I then drained the oil tank, and then using the air pump, blew out the hole from the blade area to the tank, leaving the oil cap OFF. Upon refilling the oil tank with a lighter oil (10 wt), I restarted the saw, and the flow was really coming. After the oil; tank empties, I'll start using the regular bar-and-chain oil again, but it's pretty heavy, even though it says it is 30 wt.