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The chain keeps falling off my brand new Poulan sixteen inch blade chain saw


It is possible they gave you the wrong chain for the saw. I would take check the manufacture to see which chain you need then check the numbers on your chain. Other thing it could be is the washer on the clutch may be missing. Either way, it is a new saw, I would take it back.

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CHAIN KEEPS FALLING OFF ROADMASTER 26 " MEN'S BIKE


As "roadmaster' doesn't really narrow it down much perhaps a generic web search for "chain falls off bike" would work for you. YOU can see your bike. We can't even tell if its a single- or multi-speed.

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The chain keeps falling off the largest three sprockets on the cassette, when pressure (e.g. during a climb) is applied.


Falling off - where to? Or just slipping?

Perhaps the indexing adjustments or worn teeth or chain are the cause.

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I'm having trouble keeping the chains on my John Deere Tractor. I put them on exactly how the diagram said. They seem pretty tight but they keep falling off when I get out there during snow removal. ...


you need to make shure the chains fit the tire snug and then you need to put a rubber tension band (they usually don't come with the chains) you can get them at a walmart or auto parts store, about $2 for 2 of them and come with little s hooks that you secure to the chain, instructios are on the package, the rubber band you put on the chains on the outside of chains and it keeps tension on the chains so they won't be lose and fall off. hope this helps.

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Chain keeps falling off


Have you stripped the studs that hold the guide bar in position? It is the only thing I can think of unless the guide bar has worn down so much there isn't a deep enough groove to guide the chain

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The chains keep falling off the tire. What have


let all the air out of the tires before installing chains. Then install chain as tight as possible then inflate tire this will get chains on tighter.

Dec 27, 2009 | John Deere 22 In. Rear Tire Chains

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Chain came off while using and chewed the heck out of the chain guides. I used a dremel tool and ground the guides smooth again being careful not to take any base metal away. I resharpened the chain and it...


is it possible?? yes. but more likely the chain is ruined, The chain is the least expensive part of the cutting system and should never be reused after falling off, the burrs will not only destroy your expensive sprocket and drum but your bar as well.Any chain they is thrown off allways has too much side load stress to be safe to use again.Keep a close watch on the chain tension as you use it and keep it snug to avoid it falling off. Most bars can be flipped over and use the other side also

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Chain falls off Poulan PP3516AVX


The bar needs to be adjusted. What this means is the long, sliver arm that sticks out and has the chain wrapped around it is in too far. You will need to find what is called a 'set screw' or 'set bolt', which you can loosen and then adjust the bar in and out, which will tighten or loosen the chain. Keep in mind that you should have a little slack on the chain or you will burn up the bar. Also, make very sure that the chain is good shape. A chain that pops on you can take an eye out or fingers off of your hand if you're not careful.

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