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Posted by Anonymous on
After you have cleared all the obvious stuff aka; bar hole, oil outlet, etc, look inside the oil tank to find the oil pipe and screen, if they are intact and not clogged the "O" rings on the adjuster are bad. If not clean the little screen and replace the oil pickup tube, yes they are still avalible. It's a bit tricky but can be done through the oil fill cap hole.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Makita DCS51018 Chain Saw Oiler
Before you tear apart and purchase a new oiling assembly. Remove the sprocket cover, bar, and chain. Above the bar studs there is a horizontal groove the oil should flow from. If it is packed with sawdust clean this out. After cleaning or it is clean start the saw with all of the items removed. You should see the oil flowing. If there is no oil the oil pump is bad or clogged. If it flows your bar is clogged. Clean the oiling hole on the bar and groove. Hope this helps.
Posted on Feb 27, 2009
SOURCE: chain oiler
Saw dust has clogged the passage way in the bar. take the bar and chain off and clean the groove where the chain runs, also near where the bar mounts to the saw there are holes in the groove that intersect with cross holes in the center of the bar, push a paperclip through top and bottom.
If this works for you please leave a rating, thanks
Posted on Mar 25, 2009
You can always put some penentrating oil in the saw oil tube by the bar, spray it in with the plastic straw attatched. Sometimes this will clean things out. As far as the tube being un attatched,,,, taking case apart is usually the remedy - kinda takes a while... :) Hope this helps you, Rick.
Posted on Apr 26, 2009
SOURCE: chain oiler 357xp
when you say that you changed the gear,was that the plastic one?check the other gear that is on the pump itself.make sure that it isn't worn.then make sure it spins freely.if it doesn't that will be you problem.cleaning them has never worked for me.........just replace it and the plastic gear.with both being new you should have no problems with oiling.the little pump gear gets scored up inside and they stop spinnig fast enough to work properly.hope this helps let me know if you have any questions
Posted on Jun 01, 2009
Thanks, guys. Right, I do fill it partially now, but it's annoying. Oh
well, there is no simple way to restrict the line - I have disassembled
the unit and one would only hope the designers would think about a
simple device for adjusting oil flow, but there is none. Primitive,
since oil will flow at very different rates in cold and warm weather...
Posted on Aug 16, 2009
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