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Remove the bar and chain from the saw. Behind the clutch is the sprocket mounted to the outer component of the clutch. It should be made of steel with relatively unworn teeth. Have someone hold the outer ring of the clutch and try to force the chain past the teeth of the sprocket--it should not be possible with tightly held chain. Use good gloves when trying this one. If sprocket appears to be ok, get some carburetor cleaner and wash out the interior parts in the clutch--it may be highly oiled--not good for necessary friction.Make sure chain is properly adjusted and saw is oiling it properly--a light oil track aroud the periphery of the bar is good.
Posted on Jul 04, 2009
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