Question about Garden
Posted by Anonymous on
1st shut saw off
2nd obtain wrench that fits bolt to hold bar on (theres only one)
3rd lose en the bolt for bar by only one turn !!
4th locate screwdriver (or a dime works too) and turn small screw next to bar just before it connects to saw
observe chain tension , stop when you can no longer lift the chain up from bar , don't overtighten!!
5th retighten the bolt that holds bar to saw , Tight!!!
6th restart saw and cut wood !!!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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These are the instructions for adjusting the chain. They are taken directly from the manual available at http://ep.yimg.com/ty/cdn/razorama/e100e200e300manual.pdf
To adjust the chain:
1. Loosen the axle
2. Loosen the brake anchor (this is attached with the small bolt in the long slot on the left side of the rear fork)
3. Tighten the tension adjusters on the axle 1/8 to 1/4 turn to tension the chain. Tighten both adjusters the exact same amount to maintain the wheel alignment.
Note: this system of adjusters is common to motorcycles and BMX
bicycles so I your are not familiar with it, if you know anyone who is,
they would not have a problem adjusting it for you.
Chain tension: The chain should be "just not-quite snug" in other
words, not taut or sloppy loose. BE CAREFUL NOT TO ADJUST TOO TIGHT. The tensioning system can easily impart too much tension and snap the chain or bend the motor output shaft. Turn the adjusters 1/8 to 1/4 turn at a time and recheck the tension each time.
4. Once the tension is good, tighten the axle and brake anchor bolt. Test run the scooter. Readjust as needed.
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