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How do I know the chain is on the correct way?

The chain has been cleaned and sharpened. I have put the chain back on the saw, but how will I know it is on the correct way?

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Hi
if the chain is in the right way and has been shrpen belive me you will know once you cut some wood.
just make sure the chain is in the right way
see the link
http://www.ehow.com/video_4419336_replace-chainsaw-chain.html

good luck

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