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Tightening chain on limb n trim 1415


George:
The adjusting block is a round nut... it used to have a pawl sticking out from it, but the pawl has been broken off. The pawl sticks through the adjustment plate and into the bar so that when you turn the adjustment screw clockwise, it will pull the bar out to tighten the chain. I had the same problem when I loaned my saw and the chain came into contact with a chain link fence breaking the pawl off of the adjustment nut. Go online and order a new adjustment nut... they shouldn't cost more that a few bucks.

Jun 22, 2013 | Remington Garden

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Where can I buy some weathershield screws? Supercheap and Auto one do not sell them separatly


If you are in Australia contact 4B4 Australia, they will be able to help you. Have got weathershield screws from them in the past.

Sep 23, 2012 | 2003 Ford Expedition

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Where do i get a chain adjustment screw for Talon A3100 38CC Chainsaw???? in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia


Other brands will work.Or any screw with the right threads to fit the adjuster pin and is long enough will also work just fine.

Mar 03, 2011 | Garden

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I cannot find my manual to my 18v cordless chainsaw ccs818. I need directions for putting the chain back on. I would like to download a copy of the manual.


Your manual can be found here:

http://www.blackanddecker.com/Manuals.aspx with pop-ups enabled then enter your model number
or
http://www.dewaltservicenet.com/documents/English/Instruction%20Manual/90560838,CCS818.pdf

See the instructions for replacing the chain on page 11. It makes reference to the figures on page 6 so that you know exactly what to remove.

Basically... loosen the bar allen screws. Remove the sprocket cover. Loosen the bar retaining bolts. Use a flat bladed screwdriver on the bar / chain tension screw to shorten the bar enough to install the chain. Then adjust the chain tensioner so that there is just a little slack in the chain at the bottom of bar between the drive sprocket and the bar. Tighten the bar retaining bolts install the cover / tighten all cover fasteners. (see details D and E page 6 of the 2nd link above.)

The steps below are copied from the manual.... I can not undo the formatting and can not post the figures here due to size restrictions..

Thanks for choosing FixYa,
Kelly

Replacing the Saw Chain

CAUTION: Sharp chain. Always wear protective gloves when

handling the chain. The chain is sharp and can cut you when it is

not running.

WARNING: Sharp moving chain. To prevent accidental

operation, insure that battery is disconnected from the tool

before performing the following operations. Failure to do this

could result in serious personal injury.

• Place the saw on a firm surface. Rotate the two allen head screws

(11) counterclockwise with the wrench (13) provided as shown in

figure E.

• To remove the saw chain (9), rotate the tension adjustment screw

(23) in the front of the housing using the flat screwdriver end of the

wrench (13) as shown in figure F. Turning the screw

counterclockwise allows the guide bar to recede and reduces the

tension on the chain so that it may be removed.

• Remove sprocket cover (10) and allen head screws (11).

• Lift the worn saw chain (9) out of the groove in the guide bar (8).

• Place new chain in groove of guide bar making sure saw teeth are

facing correct direction by matching arrow on chain with graphic on

housing shown in figure G.

• Place the saw chain and guide bar assembly around the sprocket

(19). Check to make sure that the slot (20) in the guide bar (8) is

over the two location pins (21) shown in figure E and that the hole

below the slot is located over the adjustment pin (22).

• Replace sprocket cover (10) and thread allen head screws (11) in

with wrench until snug, then back wrench off one full turn.

• Pull bar nose up and keep it up as you adjust tension.

• Rotate the tension adjustment screw (23) in the front of the housing

clockwise to increase the chain tension as in Figure F.

Follow instructions in "Adjusting Chain Tension" section.

• While still holding the bar nose up, securely tighten the rear allen

screw (11) first, then tighten the front allen screw.

• When the chain is new check the tension frequently (after

disconnecting battery) during the first 2 hours of use as a new chain

stretches slightly.

Adjusting Chain Tension

CAUTION: Sharp chain. Always wear protective gloves when

handling the chain. The chain is sharp and can cut you when it is

not running.

WARNING: Sharp moving chain. To prevent accidental

operation, insure that battery is disconnected from the tool

before performing the following operations. Failure to do this

could result in serious personal injury.

• With the saw still on a firm surface check the chain tension. The
tension is correct when the chain snaps back after being pulled

1/8 inch (3mm) away from the guide bar (8) with light force from the

middle finger and thumb as shown in figure H. There should be no

"sag" between the guide bar and the chain on the underside as

shown in figure I.

• To adjust saw chain tension, loosen the allen head screws (11).

• Rotate the tension adjustment screw (23) in the front of the housing

using the flat screwdriver end of the wrench (13) as shown in

figure F.

• Do not over-tension the chain as this will lead to excessive wear

and will reduce the life of the bar and chain. Overtensioning also

reduces the amount of cuts you will get per battery charge.

• Once chain tension is correct, tighten allen head screws (11).

• When the chain is new check the tension frequently (after

disconnecting battery) during the first 2 hours of use as a new chain
stretches slightly.

Nov 08, 2010 | Black & Decker Garden

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It seems to be cutting unevenly from left to right?


Operator's manual for the 22-547 is here.

It sounds like you may need to adjust the knives. Page 10 and 11 of the operator's manual discuss the details. See below: (I have removede references to the figure and diagrams in the manual - look there for pictures).

ADJUSTING KNIVES

To check and adjust the knives, proceed as follows:
1. DISCONNECT THE TOOL FROM THE POWER SOURCE.

2. Lower the head assembly by turning handle

3. Remove chip deflector

4. Carefully place knife setting gage, on the cutterhead so the rounded sections are directly over the knife as shown. When adjusted correctly, the knife should just contact the bottom of the center portion at each end of gage. Check the other knife in the same manner.

5. If an adjustment to one or both knives is necessary, slightly loosen the seven locking screws, by turning the screws CLOCKWISE into the knife locking bar just enough to relieve stress in the cutterhead and not disturb the knife setting.

6. With setting gage, in place, apply pressure to the knife being reset. Turn the seven knife locking screws, CLOCKWISE until the knife locking bar becomes loose. Lift springs will automatically raise the knife until it comes in contact with gage. Snug the knife locking bar by lightly turning the seven locking screws, COUNTERCLOCKWISE.

IMPORTANT: AT THIS TIME, ONLY TIGHTEN THE KNIFE LOCKING BAR JUST ENOUGH TO HOLD THE KNIFE IN POSITON INSIDE THE CUTTERHEAD SLOT.

7. If the other knife needs adjustment, repeat STEP 6.

8. After both knives are positioned in the cutterhead, turn each of the seven screws, COUNTERCLOCKWISE until the knife is secure in the cutterhead. NOTE: When tightening knife locking screws, tighten the end screws first, then inward toward the center of the cutterhead.

9. Replace chip deflector.

Jan 12, 2010 | Delta 22 - 547 12" Steel Knife Set for 22...

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How do i adjust the bar oil


turn the saw upside down, there is a little screw that only turns a quarterturn, turn it counterclockwise for the maximum flow

Nov 25, 2009 | Husqvarna 450 e-series 18" Chain Saw

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How do I change my tattoo gun from liner to shader?


adjust the gap to around 185m this is about the width of a nickel coin, dime is normally good for lining.

the gap is the point when you pull down the amature bar, you see the gap between the contact screw,and the front spring, you undo the screw, and put a pound coin in on top of the front spring), with the amature bar pulled down, and ajust the screw until it touches the top of the coin, tighten contact screw, and remove coin, gap set..

hope this helps

Sep 14, 2009 | Cleveland Cavaliers Tattoo

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Chainsaw 34cc 350mm bar polun, tha adjusting


Did the cover crack? The adjusting screw is just a common metric screw; the nut has a special tang that engages one of the 2 large holes at the drive end of the bar. When reinstalling the bar and chain, the adjustment screw must be backed off a few turns so the the tang will readily drop into it's hole in the bar. Install the cover (new if old one cracked) and turn the nut(s) down finger tight. Turn the adjuster CW to tighten the chain so that the chain doesn't droop from the bar, but turns freely by hand. Tighten the cover nut(s) and recheck the chain again.

Sep 13, 2009 | Garden

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I have a Husqvarna 240 Chain saw. It hasn't been used that much. It is very difficult to start. When running it is a great saw. Runs well under power, nice saw for limbing. The book says to adjust carb use...


Before you adjust the screw, try either, opening or closing the gap on the plug.This will adjust the timing, ever so slightly.
The other choice is to adjust the space betwen the contact, and the magneto.
It is very rare indeed, that the screws on the carb require adjustment.
That should sort it out.

Jul 29, 2009 | Husqvarna "Chain Saw - 16" Bar, 3 Hp

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Lost screws for a De Longhi oil filled heater.


To whom it may concern
Yesterday, I communicated with one of your colleagues by the name of Ginko. He advised me to contact the factory in New South Wales, Australia by phone and e-mail.

I rang through and they weren't particularly helpful. They said call a service agent with the details of the product, I was supplied with a contact phone number. The service agent was unable to help me, they said they would call back and as yet they haven't.

I also had sent an e-mail to the the customer service reprentative for De Longhi, who responded the following day, and gave me a list of five outlets in Melbourne, which are able to order the part for me. I duly contacted the nearest supplier to myself, rang them and they said they will order the product (after taking down the product details and my home phone number) and will contact me when it arrives.

Thanks to Ginko for his time and help. I will wait to see the outcome of this. This is the most recent update to the situation.

Jul 20, 2008 | Heating & Cooling

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