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Typical sharpening angle is 30 to 35 degrees.
There is a handy little file holder available with these degrees marked on it. If you can get one, you should be able to determine what angle was on your chain to begin with.
My personal preference is 35 degrees.
Flame sensor is on opposite side of the igniter it has 1/4 screw holding it down. The flame sensor may b on the side of the burner box or on top of the burner compartment. If u look close with a flashlight u should c the flame sensor
There is nothing wrong with your Skil 4280. The universal U chuck blade is the problem. Look at Lenox blade 4318JC or Disston 5418 and you will see a slight ridge on the face of the blade on both sides where the teeth start and the blade tail engages the chuck. Without the ridge the blade will come out.