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I need a part no. for the bar studs that go in the chain saw oil tank.

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Stihl? what manufacturer?

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SOURCE: husqvarna chain saw, model 455 will not oil properly bar and chai

hi cindilou50
check the oil filter from the oil tank,the oil line ,the worm gear and the oiler under the clutch.Clean the ways where the oil goes with compresed air.(after you fill out the oil tank)Also check the oil hose.

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SOURCE: i have poulan micro xxv chain not being oil when

wow thats an oldie, That saw uses a diaphragm pump located just above and in front of the clutch drum. Its going tobe hard to find one if its bad, Try cleaning out the oiler hole in the bar first, Then try running the saw without the bar and chain on and see if it pumps.Also check the oil pickup tube in the tank, It has a small screen on the end of it thats prone to sawdust clogging it. If it still does not oil then I suggest you locate the gasket and diaphragm for the pump before you take it apart. Remember to clean everything before reassembling,, Good luck

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I get asked this question a lot , im gonna have to make a video on this subject someday .
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The only oil you need for your electric chain saw is "Bar and Chain" oil...specially formulated oil sold at Loews,HomeDepot,Ace Hardware, Auto parts stores,etc...
You use this oil to lubricate the chain and bar of your chainsaw when you are using it.
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Depending on your knowledge and experience -
1. Find your manual and check on maintenance routines.
2. If no manual avail - clean your saw and your bar.
Bar - oil holes clear, groove clean etc
Saw - locate where the oil pumps out - ensure any guides, holes etc are clean.
3. If saw gas manual oil pump adjustment screw -advance the flow
4 Drain the oil tank checking for dirt etc and if necessary clean tank with a little of your fuel.
5.Refill oil tank AFTER it is clean and dry.
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On my 16in craftsman saw the oiler quit working


some times this can be something easy sometimes not just follow a few simple steps:

Have you replaced the bar and chain recently?

#1 Remove bar and chain and blow out all sawdust esp around your bar studs dont get to close with the air as you can sometimes pop seals...

Start your saw see if oil comes out around bar studs if so the oil holes in your cutter bar may be blocked...

#2 If that doesnt work remove your oil filler cap and use a piece of wire with a bend on the end to remove your oil filter remove it from oil line and clean in fuel and blow out with compressed air replace on hose and place back into tank and try start chain saw again...
if that doesnt work then take it in to small engine repair shop as the pump may be blocked or unservicable and need replacing

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remove side cover,bar & chain.above bar mounting studs find a oblong channel that lines up w/ the small holes in the bar.clean everything,sawdust gets packed in the holes.if it leaks oil out the bottom,you need to replace the oil feed line fom the tank.

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