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There is a vacuum diaphragm inside the saw that draws the bar oil out of the resevouir and onto the bar, if there is any leak at all in that vacuum system, it will not draw any oil to the bar. Also, the oil outlet at the bar may be plugged with saw dust, check that first.

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How to clean pole saw blade?


Remember the time when Pole Saw did not exist? People used to use a ladder to reach the distant twigs and branches of trees. But, so pruning used to be a very tedious job which is now an exciting task to accomplish. Now, you do not have to think of pruning such branches with much difficulty because you can get a pole saw. It reliably offers a smooth cutting experience and makes pruning easy and convenient.
If you have a pole saw, you need to understand that possession begets responsibility. So, you should take excellent care of your pole saw. Moreover, its longevity and efficiency would reduce to some extent when you stop caring about the pole saw. Cleaning pole saw blade is a crucial part of maintenance.
So, here goes your guide to clean a pole saw blade.
  • The first and foremost task is to clean all the impurities, dirt and tree debris. You can do it with the help of wire brush. To remove the oil residue, brush it with a rag or toothbrush and degreaser.
  • Many people prefer citrus cleaner over oil. A citrus cleaner is a versatile cleaner that can be used for cleaning anything in your house.
  • If you are using any degreaser product, mix it with water in a container and put the blades into the container.
  • Let the blade soak into the water for few minutes, scrub it with a rag, rinse it properly and let it dry or wipe the water from the blades.
  • Disassembling the pole saw is required before you clean a pole saw blade and put the blades in the container. For this purpose, remove blades from the pruner. You can take expert's help for this or unscrew the blade.
  • Put the blade on a table where you would clean the blade and keep the edges facing up.
  • Take a sharpening rod and push it forward only between the two teeth. This will file away the meat and sharpen the blade. Keep doing this for few times until you see the filings being developed on the back side of the blade. Make sure to file all the teeth on the blade.
  • The back side of the blade should be rubbed with a file as well. It is required to remove the burrs from the blade.
  • After sharpening coat, the pole saw blade by spraying oil on it to prevent rust and corrosion.
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How to clean a POLE SAW BLADE?


  • The first and foremost task is to clean all the impurities, dirt and tree debris. You can do it with the help of wire brush. To remove the oil residue, brush it with a rag or toothbrush and degreaser.
  • Many people prefer citrus cleaner over oil. A citrus cleaner is a versatile cleaner that can be used for cleaning anything in your house.
  • If you are using any degreaser product, mix it with water in a container and put the blades into the container.
  • Let the blade soak into the water for few minutes, scrub it with a rag, rinse it properly and let it dry or wipe the water from the blades.
  • Disassembling the pole saw is required before you clean a pole saw blade and put the blades in the container. For this purpose, remove blades from the pruner. You can take expert's help for this or unscrew the blade.
  • Put the blade on a table where you would clean the blade and keep the edges facing up.
  • Take a sharpening rod and push it forward only between the two teeth. This will file away the meat and sharpen the blade. Keep doing this for few times until you see the filings being developed on the back side of the blade. Make sure to file all the teeth on the blade.
  • The back side of the blade should be rubbed with a file as well. It is required to remove the burrs from the blade.
  • After sharpening coat, the pole saw blade by spraying oil on it to prevent rust and corrosion.
Do not forget to sharpen the blades with files that fit appropriately in the teeth. Diamond and whetstone files are being widely used for filing. So, this is how you can clean a pole saw blade and maintain it also. It does not take much effort. Invest your time to avoid replacing your favorite pole saw in the future.

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Attempting to remove a blade from dewalt dw303 reciprocating saw. The clamp block has a pin that goes through the shaft, and the blade. Does this pin come out in order to remove the blade?


Your saw has an allen wrench bolt or a quick release pull tab on it. Put some oil on the bottom of the blade wait 5 minutes and then pull the tab or use the allen wrench and loosen it and hold the saw upwards and pull on the blade. you might have to wiggle it a little and the blade should come out.

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A piece of a broken blade is stuck here the blade fits into the saw (Dewalt DW 303m). How do I get it out?


Craig, a drop of penetrate oil and you will just have to work at it with ice pick.small screwdriver, or needle nose pliers if you can, make sure you have blade release depressed while trying to pry blade shank out. Once you get it moving it will fall out. Clean and blow out blade port before inserting another blade.
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Need to remove sticky residue from rock saw interior


I would use some sort of degrease product in the system to remove the oil residue . I believe that if you read the instructions it would say when cutting rock use only water to cool the diamond blade . Cutting oil is used only on certain metals to lubricate the saw edges and teeth as well as cooling and never in a concentration above 25% as it affects the cutting ability of the blade. For example concrete cutters use diamond saws and tap water when cutting

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I have an Remington 3.25 (Peak Hp) 16"/40, 6 cm electric chain saw, And I have just a few questions 1.) Does it take oil/gas or just oil and if so what kind. 2.) How would I tighten the chain, its...


It uses oil only to lubricate the chain. The type of oil in not critical although special chain saw oil is available. If you use anything but chain saw blade oil, make sure that it is a light oil, both in viscosity and in colour because it is a total loss system and dark or dirty oil can become very messy. The chain adjustment is on the body at the end of the blade, it actually moves the blade in or out to set the chain tension. The chain should be tensioned that when it is pulled at the bottom, the guides of the chain should not quite come out of the slot in the blade. If the chain is too tight it overheats the blade and stretches the chain.

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First, make sure you're using bar & chain oil, it's very thick and won't leak out like motor oils will. When you're done using the saw, store it with the blade side of the saw up. Not always convienent, but the oil will run away from the blade oil channels and not leak out.

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Oil leak on Remington electric chain saw model #111174-01


check oil lines and when storing saw stand on end or on side blade up.. vote if'n i was of help.. remember BUY USA MADE PRODUCTS.. Jay

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Blade stuck in reciprocating saw


The pin is probably stuck in the blade. This happens from time to time after they get dirty. Take some WD-40 or some other type of penetrating oil and spray a little in the blade holder while working the release lever. It will probably free right up.

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Motor not running properly


It's hard to know for certain without some more specific information about the saw, such as make and model #.
On many saws there is an arbor lock, a button you push down that prevents the blade from turning and allows you to loosen the nut. On some saws, that nut is reverse threaded, depending on which side of the motor the blade is on. If it's on your left as you hold it, good chance you're trying to tighten it instead of loosen it, and that's why it won't come off.
If there's a hex head shaped plug on the body of the motor, this is access to oil, but check the manufacturer's recommendation for the right weight of oil to put in there. Often it's a heavy weight gear oil, instead of plain motor oil.
If you'd like more specifics, I can try to look it up for you if you reply with info on your saw...

I hope this information allows you to resolve this issue. If you need further assistance, please post back with a comment to this thread.
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