Question about Remington Garden
Number one reason I get saws in the shop with this complaint
> something stuck in an oil passageway! I use a small can of air to back flow the oil pump after I take off saw bar /chain , it does take a few moments of running saw to reprime it after doing this , and I completely dump out old oil from storage tank and clean it out real well
sawdust is most common thing I find in there
Posted on May 20, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
While Bar Chain oil will probably work, the owners manual (sitting in front of me) on page 9 says to "use SAE #30 motor oil". This is the owners manual for Models: M12510US, M15012US, M15014US, M15014AS, M30016US, M30016AS, M30016AW, M35016UW, M35016AW. Remington Electric Chain Saw
Posted on May 25, 2009
Here is a link to the instruction manual for a M14SC (the part number for the chain that will fit your saw) chain installation ... http://18.104.22.168/manuals/115038-01A.pdf . I hope this helps... If you need further instructions you can go online to http://www.remingtonchainsaw.com/.
Posted on Apr 21, 2009
Kindly check this link for manual. Please select the correct model:
Posted on Apr 18, 2009
SOURCE: tighten chainsaw chain
There is a very in depth explanation in this Remington OM.
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Posted on Apr 25, 2010
Remove the side cover over the chain drive area. Remove the bar and clean the entire mounting area. Run the saw for a few moments to assure that oil is oozing out of the side port where the bar mounts. Lay the chain out on a bench or table and inspect it for sideways bending, damaged or missing links/teeth, and deformed drive teeth. Inspect the drive sprocket for damage as well. Clean the oil passages in the bar end including the two channels that go out to the chain groove. If all looks well, place the bar back into position and push it back. Fit the chain over the sprocket, then work it over the bar and pull the bar out to tighten the chain. Fit the cleaned cover over the case and make sure the adjustment tang drops into one of the large holes in the bar end--you may have to back off the adjustment screw several turns first. Fit the cover and tighten the mounting hardware finger tight. Make sure the chain cuts toward you on the bottom run. Tighten the adjustment screw until the chain pulls up to the lower bar edge, but still allows the chain to be moved by hand. Tighten the cover hardware and recheck the chain tension. Run the tip of the bar near some cardboard for a few moments--it should throw off a thin line of oil on the cardboard. Make sure the chain is properly sharpened. Hope this helps!
Posted on Jun 20, 2010
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