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How to replace chainsaw on blade too much slach in chain

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Are you sure you need to replace the saw chain? There should be a screw adjuster near where the bar attaches to the saw which tightens or loosens the chain on the bar... You will have to undo the nuts holding the bar onto the saw body slightly first so thew bar can move forward and backward when adjusted with the tension screw to apply tension to the chain to reduce the slack.

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