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How do you fit a chain on a Black and Decker chain saw Model DN 412?

Though I am not familiar with this model, I suggest this: Loosen the two nuts that hold the bar to the body of the saw, adjust the chain tension screw to loosen as much as possible, then take the nuts and bar off. When you put the new chain on be sure to have the teeth of the chain in the right direction, the chain rotates from top to bottom, out on top and in on bottom. If you think you have it backwards just flip it over as most bars are reversible and that would correct the chain direction. Rotating the bar with each chain change will give you more even wear of the bar too. It is somewhat tricky getting the chain on the drive sprocket sometimes but be patient and WEAR LEATHER GLOVES. Put chain on bar first, then chain on sprocket, then bar and chain over studs being sure chain is seated properly in sprocket and bar. Finger tighten nuts, then chain tensioner, then tighten nuts. Be sure to oil chain after assembly and before use.

Feb 14, 2015 | Garden

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Husquvarna won't cut straight replaced bar

What model Husqvarna are we talking about?

Feb 03, 2013 | Garden

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Silver Streak chainsaw bar and chain

Replacement Silver Streak Bars For McCulloch Chainsaws Find your Chain Saw model, then click on the link to get the ChainSaw Bar and Chainsaw Chain for each model!

Special! Get 30% off when you buy bar and chain together!

Jul 19, 2012 | McCulloch Garden

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Replace chain onchainsaw

As you do not say what model this is we will talk about generic replacment, start by making sure the chain brake ( if fitted ) is off, do this by pulling the hand guard fully back to the top handle, next remome the nut/nuts holding the side cover on, wind the chain adjuster screw fully back and remove the side cover, loop the chain over the nose of the bar and take away, loop the new chain over the sprocket and lay around the guide bar, making sure it is in the bar groove,the sharp edge of the cutters on the top of the bar should face away from the saw ( as you look at the saw the chain turns clockwise ) if the bar adjuster pawl is in the crankcase make sure it sits through the hole in the guide bar, if the adjuster pawl is in the side cover make sure this enters into the hole in the guide bar as you re fit the side cover, re fit the side cover nut/nuts finger tight, turn the adjuster so as the chain touchea all the way around the guide bar, with a gloved hand pull the chain around the bar, now re tention the chain if required, now lift the nose of the guide bar and fully tighten the nut/nuts, run the saw, there will be an initial stretch, so re tention as required, do not over tention the chain, it should pull around the bar by hand readily but touch the bar rails, not sag on the bottom of the bar.

Feb 11, 2012 | Garden

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Can not find the part number for the Husqvarna Rancher 55 model 967 05 29-00. We need to replace the bar and chain. (18")

In the UK we offered this machine with 13,15,18" bars,.325 pitch 050 gauge, the part no. for the 13" is 508926156, the chain is 501840456, the 15" bar is 508926164 and chain 501840664, the 18" bar is 508926172, and the chain 501840672.

Sep 11, 2011 | Husqvarna Garden

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I have a Poulan 295. I needed to replace the chain. It is a 20" chain. There is bar oil in the resevoir. The chain will not stay on the bar (it seems loose even when fully tightened). I replaced...

If you replaced the bar AND the chain, you'll need to make sure the chain is the correct chain for the particular bar you've used. If you're only replacing the chain, you need to make sure the chain has the same # of drive links as your old chain (maybe one or two more, if you've had some removed because of chain stretch).

On that particular model, for a 20" chain, you could have a 78 OR 80 drive link chain (drive links being the part of the chain that rides in the groove of the bar). The correct drive link count is determined by the bar you've installed and should have been made clear by whoever you purchased the bar from. Some brands use an 80 drive link chain, but MOST use the 78 drive link chain.

If the bar you purchased uses the 78 drive link chain, but you have an 80 drive link chain, then no matter how far out you adjust the bar, you may not get the chain tight enough. PartsBuggy shows a listing of which bars use the 78 drive link chains here.

Aug 29, 2011 | Poulan Pro Chain Saw 46cc 20"

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Sears craftsman 3.3 cubic inch motor, model # 358356331 chainsaw, what is correct bar length and what is the chain modle and size

According to , this saw came with a 20" bar and a .325" pitch, .050" guage, 78 drive links chain.
On sears' website, plug in your model number, go to the handle section and your bar and chain are #130 and #131.
These items are also available aftermarket.
Oregon calls this a #33 or #20 chain, with 78 drive links.
Oregon offers a bar/chain combo part #106874

It is a good idea to inspect the drive teeth on the sprocket of the saw. If they are worn, this is the perfect time to replace the sprocket.

Good luck!

Oct 14, 2010 | Craftsman Garden

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Remove chain guard

The OM for your saw is is the best guide. You can download a replacement here (disengage the chain brake first - pull handle aft):
Type just the model numbers (choose the suffix after the list is provided).

A broad adjustment procedure can be found here. Completely remove the bar cover, slide the bar against the drive sprocket, remove the chain from the bar.

If you have more questions or need additional help please reply below and I will get back to you. Thank you for using FixYa and Good Luck. HTH

Apr 10, 2010 | Poulan Pro 16-Inch 38 cc Anti-Vibration...

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Chain replacement.

Input "M12510US" in the model number here (if not your saw the procedure should be similar):
  • Type "YourModelNo" into the "Model #:" window, then click search.
  • Click the YourModelNo - Remington Electric Chain Saw "View Model" link.
  • Click “View Owners Manual” or "View Illustrated Parts Breakdown" link.
See pages 7 through 9, for use as a guide.
Are you aware RemingtonPower is no longer in production? Replacement parts are becoming difficult to find.

Jan 23, 2010 | Remington Electric Chain Saw

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