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You need to purchase the correct diameter file for the size of chain you have fitted on your saw. Suggest also that you buy a Stilh file holder (this is a frame which holds the file, and acts as a guide to give you correct filing angle and depth, just a few dollars).
Do not file too much off each time, I give each tooth two files strokes only. You have to keep the saw sharp all the time, I sharpen every two tank fills of fuel.
Suggest you Google the subject, Oregon chain is a good make and will have details of how to sharpen
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