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Need to change chain

I need to change the chain

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Go buy a chain that is the right size. As you are holding the saw on the left you will one or probably two nuts on a screw. Remove them and then remove the cover over the sprocket and chain. Remove the old chain and install a new one. Make sure the teeth are in the same direction as the old chain!!! Pull on the bar until the chain is tight. Reinstall the cover and tighten the nuts back up. You are good to go.

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