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I dont have the manual and Im not sure what ype of oil I should put on this chain saw. On the left The nob sais oil (which kind?) and on the right side it sais oil/gas mix (which kind?) what do i put on both place? thank you Tony

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Ok, first, on the front one that just says "oil" you need to use Bar and Chain Oil.  You can get this at a hardware store or a place like Menards, Home Depot etc.  Af far as the other one, the gas/oil mix.  You need to buy 2 cycle oil and mix that at a ratio with gas.  Read this for a little more info on the ratio and mixing.
http://www.ehow.com/how_2240701_mix-gas-oil-chainsaw-fuel.html

Hope that help.  Please don't forget to rate.  Thanks!

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The Left knob needs chain oil. Available in most hardware stores. The right is gas mixed with 2 stroke motor oil. Usually a 50:1 mix. Ie. 50 parts gas to 1 part oil. 2 stroke oil comes with a built in measuring tool and directions printed on the bottle.

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