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Take the bar off the saw and clean out all the little holes.

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Not all machines have an adjustable oil pump, if this is a Husqvarna, let me know the model, and i will tell you if and how to adjust it.

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SOURCE: not getting oil to blade tried the screw to adjust but still no oil getting throu !!

Your worm gear assembly is probably frozen in with sawdust and dirt. Take off the oil gear assembly. You will need to take off the clutch and the sprocket, the worm gear is directly underneath. Sometimes they are made out of plastic, sometimes of bronze. They use plastic for newer saws. If the gears do not turn easily, when you use your finger to turn them when they are off. then it is probably a good idea to buy a worm gear and then totally clean the assembly. Put in the new gear and it should work. Also check your chain bar check that the hole is clean. They also have a seal around the worm gear under the clutch assembly. It is good that you replace that too.

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How do I adjust the amount of oil that goes on the blade. It seems to dump a lot of oil on the blade and blade guide. Goes everyplace


Sorry but this model is not equipped with an oil flow adjustment screw.

The clutch cover area must be saturated with lubricant to properly lubricate the bar and chain and
to ensure the long-term durability of your chain saw.

One thing you could try is to purchase a slightly thicker oil. I got some once at a auto part store and it had anti-sling ingredients.

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Not getting oil to blade tried the screw to adjust but still no oil getting throu !!


Your worm gear assembly is probably frozen in with sawdust and dirt. Take off the oil gear assembly. You will need to take off the clutch and the sprocket, the worm gear is directly underneath. Sometimes they are made out of plastic, sometimes of bronze. They use plastic for newer saws. If the gears do not turn easily, when you use your finger to turn them when they are off. then it is probably a good idea to buy a worm gear and then totally clean the assembly. Put in the new gear and it should work. Also check your chain bar check that the hole is clean. They also have a seal around the worm gear under the clutch assembly. It is good that you replace that too.

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Leaks chain oil when not in use


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2.If the oil setting is too high, your saw will have an excess residue of oil on the , chain, sprocket, and oiler. When you set the saw down Oil runs out. Try setting the oil adjustment screw back a turn. Find the screw on the bottom of the saw., or check the owners manual. Good Luck! Alvin

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There are typically two adjustments on the saw, both of which operate with a wingnut type of screw/bolt. The one in the front of the saw adjusts the angle of the blade (typically front right hand side of saw) and the second, to the rear right hand side of the blade, adjusts the depth of cut by moving the bed (flat part of the saw on the bottom) up or down.

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Does the husq 440e have an oil adjustment on it?


Hi mwaltz48,

Yes, Huskys have a screw adjustment on the bottom, under the chain sprocket assembly.
While looking at the bar side of the saw, turn it over and you'll see a screw that has 3 positions.
Turn the screw to the right will decrease the oil flow, left to increase it. If you put a longer blade on, you should increase the oil flow.

A way to check your oil flow is to run the saw with the blade pointing at something light, such as a freshly cut chunk of wood, or the end of a log, etc. You should see a light line of oil appear.

I hope this helps. If it does, I'd appreciate your vote. Thanks,

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359 chainsaw husqvarna. is there a manual oiling adjustment or is it always automatic? There seems to be some sort of adjustable screw above the oil reservoir fill cap.


Hi,

The screw above the filler cap is to hold the housing on. The adjusment screw is on the bottom of the saw. When looking at the bar side of the saw, turn it over and you should a screw below the bar and clutch. It has 3 positions. Turning it to the right will decrease the flow of oil, to the left to increase it.
If you put a longer bar and chain on, you usually have to increase the oil flow.

In case you didn't know, to check to see if you have the oil flow correct, run the saw with the blade facing a light, flat object or a chunk of wood you just cut. You should see a light oil line appear after a minute. This is a good way to be sure your pump is working. If you don't see a line of oil, something's wrong. Out of oil, pump not working, etc.

Hope this helps. If it does, I would appreciate a vote or comment. Thanks,

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I installed new bar and chain .cleaned every thing .assembled saw filled up chain oil thank. started sarted saw ,chain still not oiling.


Without knowing what saw you have it is hard to exact directions.On most saws their is an adjusting screw on the bottom side of saw by oil tank and chain that adjusted the flow rate of oil. If you can locate that try rurning it one turn clockwise and run saw for a short period and see if you are getting any more oil.If youare sure you have the right screw I would continue adjusting . If it doesn''t seem to work I would remove screw and make sure there is no blockage and that oil is present. For proper operation you need to keep a light film of oil on it. If you aren't getting enough oil you will cause chains to overheat,possibly ruining chain and bar. Hope this help you. Thanks

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How do I align the saw blade with the saw table I have a 10 inch Delta Contractor's saw that is about 10 years old. The blade is not straignt with the miter slot. andyc@bergeralllied.com


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It's extremely hard to turn the handle to raise the blade. Lowering the blade is smooth and easy, but I have to apply an excess amount of pressure to turn the handle when I want to raise the blade.


If this is a new saw, return it to the store for an exchange, but if it's an older than a few months:

These contractor saws often acquire this problem. It's usually dust, specifically pine dust (it has sap thus making it stickier), on the screw or the sliding mechanism. What I do is:

  1. Unplug the saw
  2. Remove the blade
  3. Dismount the saw from its stand
  4. Lower the mechanism all the way
  5. Flip the saw over onto its table
  6. Access the screw and the lift mechanism
  7. Use a brush to remove the accumulated wood dust from the screw and the mechanism.
  8. If you have a leaf blower or access to one; blow the interior of the saw (wear eye protection always!)
  9. Do NOT oil the mechanism, this will only serve to gum everything up faster - use a dry lubricant (graphite or silicone) or none at all.
To avoid this in the future;

  1. Avoid resinous woods (not a likely solution).
  2. Blow the dust from the saw interior when finished using it (this works well) - use an air hose or a leaf blower, the leaf blower actually works best.
  3. After cutting and before stowing the saw; run the blade to its highest position and then down below the table. This pushes any dust off the mechanism and screw.
If you find little or no dust accumulation, it's possible the saw has a bent screw or binding mechanism and will require service.

Always be safe; unplug the saw and remove the blade when working on it, and always retract the blade below the table when not in use to prevent damage to the blade - or being cut by an exposed blade; they're sharp!


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