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HI. TO FIX WHAT YOU ARE TALKING ABOUT, YOU HAVE TO STRIP THE SAW AND SPLIT IT IN HALF. NOW I HAD THAT PROBLEM ONE TIME AND I FOUND WHERE THE LEAK WAS CLEANED IT VERY GOOD AND PUT SOME JB WELD ON IT AND AS FAR AS I KNOW THE SAW IS STILL GOING. GOOD LUCK. JIMBO
Posted on Sep 14, 2009
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