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Unable to tighten chain .. too droopy.

I am a 66 yr old female i do not know how to tighten my elec. chain saw chain it isnt too droopy just a small amount. i tried to tighten the screws where the man at a hardware store showed me but they are already too tight now before i even begin to tighten them.i cannot find the instruction book that came with it. thanks.

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There are usually two 7/16" nuts on the side of the chain saw. Loosen those a little first, then turn the screw to tighten the chain - not too tight or you'll stretch out the chain when you use it. Don't forget to re-tighten the two nuts before using the chainsaw.


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