Question about Homelite Consumer Products 9.0 Amp, 14 In. Chainsaw
How do I adjust same
You should have a wrench to fit the hex nut on the side where the bar is. Get a pair of gloves and loosen the nut, on the inside of the bar you will find a screw head that is the adjustment screw, while holding up on the tip of the bar tighten the screw and periodically roll the chain. Lift up on the chain until the bottom of the teeth just about show, release chain and lift up on bar again and SNUG hex nut again checking the chain as above, when satisfied that the teeth are just about exposed tighten the hex nut and roll the chain to ensure that it moves freely. That is it. Let me know if you need anymore help
Posted on Feb 18, 2009
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