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Husqvarna 385 bar chain oil adjustment, I see the hole for the adjustment but all I see is a pin across the hole and some sort of gear underneath. I dont see anything that can be adjusted.The bar does not get enough oil. I see oil coming out of the hole for the bar but it is just a little bit not enough to keep the chain lubricated.

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I found the oil adjuster!!!

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