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Oil is not pumping out to the chain

Either pump is not working or is clogged

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Hi Katt the chainsaw doesn't have a pump as such. What you will need to do is run the saw and spray some oil onto the chain manually to remove the blockage. Failing that take the chain assembly off and clean all around the cogs at the back with a soft brush.

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