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IS IT THE CORRECT SIZE CHAIN OR DID YOU POSSIBLY BUY A NEW lONGER ONE?
when you pull the bar outweard to make teh chain tight, you have to lift the far end up and then tighten.
Posted on Dec 04, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The adjusting screw is usually found on the right side of the saw close to the bar, near the bottom. You will need to loosen the two nuts on the side that hold the bar tight. Loosen them until the bar lifts up and down (about 1/2") with your finger.
There should be a combination spark plug wrench and screwdriver that came with your saw. If not, use a slot screwdriverto tighten the chain while you hold the bar up with two fingers.
When adjusted properly, there should be no hanging slack in the chain when it is warm. It should rest just against the bar so that you can grasp it with gloves on and pull it toward you.
When it is tightened thusly, tighten the two side nuts while holding the bar up with two fingers. If you don't tighten the two nuts enough, it will loosen and the chain will have slack again shortly.
Remember that the hotter the chain gets, the looser it will be. Make sure your chains is getting plenty of bar oil. Never use regular motor oil.
Posted on Jun 08, 2009
Start with 1 turn out from bottom on both and adjust from there as needed. The screw closest the engine is low speed mixture adjustment and the outer is high speed mix. adj. Hope that helps. Dwain
Posted on Jul 01, 2009
Reinstall the chain. Do NOT connect power. Mark one link (chalk, crayon, etc.) wear gloves and try to rotate the chain one complete revolution. Is this possible? No - remove the chain and remove burrs from the sides of the drive links with a flat file.
An IPL for your saw can be found here:
Enter "111409" in the "Search for your unit by Model #:" window. Click search. Click "View Model" Click "View Illustrated Parts Diagram"
Yes - inspect the sprocket gear (KEY NO. - 11) pn 111363-01 new pn 122520-01 NLA, is it deeply grooved or perhaps worn through?
I'm going to get smacked as I have so many times before. The only thing RemingtonPower is producing today is unhappy customers. Replacement parts are exhausted. we aren't affiliated and had nothing to do with their decision to stop production.
Burrs on the chain or a defective sprocket are the most likely causes of your problem. If the gear is bad, there are no replacement parts available and I cannot help you further except to recommend you purchase a name brand replacement. Select a company you think will have replacement parts when you need them sometime in the future.
Posted on Nov 02, 2009
left my chain saw xl12 in the garage and the gas dried up need to rebuild the carb and clean up the gas where do I get a gasket kit so I can start for this unit
Posted on Feb 24, 2010
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