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check if it has a petrol tank or an electrical lead
from your statement I worry about your safety with this machine
manuals can be down loaded from google
type in --user manual for ryobi rbv 18 chainsaw--- and down load a pdf version
Hi, it won't affect the carby which I'm afraid is the only good news. It will need a new piston and probably a cylinder. Depending on the price of these parts to suit your model it may not be worth repairing. Sorry Phil.
Hi It's Lisa? On an electric chainsaw there usually aren't what you would call oiling points.Somewhere,probably on the rear or one side of the case will be a bulb.It's also the screw on cap for the oil reservoir. You fill that up with chainsaw bar oil,and as you use the saw every few minutes push the bulb down 2-3 times and it applies oil to the chain and gear in the case.The chain transfers the oil to the bar. If this helps,would you rate my post please? Thanks Bob By the way,if you give me your model number I can look for a manual somewhere.No promises though,Ryobi likes to sell their manuals rather than download them.
you may be able to fix your problem by tightening up the chain a bit more. other wise, you may have to have that gear replaced because as you indicate it may have had it's teeth worn down. i would begin by tightening the chain.