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Replace bar and or chain ...saw runs but not with the chain

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runs but carb' needs adjusting, the bar seems a bit crooked...bowed. and the chain has a kink in it. Do not have money to have repaired again this year too not yet at least. I would like to fix the problem.
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The bar MUST be straight. Soak the chain with penetrating oil. If that doesn't free it up, replace it. If it is kinked sideways--replace it. Never run a chainsaw with damaged parts.

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