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I do not think oil is getting to the bar. where

I do not think oil is getting to the bar. where do i look for the oil coming to the bar?

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It's different on different brands of saws. The location should be close to the drive clutch on the motor. If the oil tank is remaining full of oil during use the problem may be a clog at the bottom of oil tank where the oil goes to the pump. It's usually sawdust from not cleaning the cap area when oil is added.

Posted on Jun 26, 2009

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