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Poulan P3314 Automatic Oiler

I am attempting to replace my automatic oiler gear worm on my P3314 Poulan Chain Saw. I've got it pretty much torn apart, except I think I need to remove the Chain Brake Assembly which is sitting on top of the pump assembly. The Chain Brake Assembly looks like it's attached with 2 screws, but there is a warning on the assembly that says..."Caution-Spring Under Tension-See Users Manual, but there is nothing in the users manual on how to remove it. Any help would be appreciated.

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  • brs493 Feb 23, 2009

    Rowdy,



    Thanks for your response. I have a "blow up" of the saw, and the people at Poulan were of no help. I can see 2 bolts to take off the chain brake, but it says "CAUTION....SPRING UNDER PRESSURE". I guess what I'm trying to find out is.....if I take the 2 bolts out, will the assembly just come off or is it going to go

    "TWANG" and blow parts all over the place. I don't think the latter is the case, but just inquiring. Thanks again,



    Barry

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Go to Poulanpro.com and look at a parts explosion and they also have a toll free number that might help. let me know if not and I will research more.

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If it does not oil on completion of 1 it is most likely a bad oiler or worm gear (see IPL).

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