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Performance Power Tool chainsaw does not let the chain oil get to the chain the tank is full I have cleaned the chain end where the oil should come out I have blown compressed air thru the oil tank

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It can be the oil pump, it but first control it unmount the chain and chainring look at the guide bar there is a little hole in it its can be clogged but if not !! .start your engine without this guide bar on it and in a short time then there must be come oil out on the place where it should near that hole , if the oil is to old it can be thick use always special chainoil and dont forget it under all circumstances to use because the guide bar not only but the tool will become to hot and will become worn in a short time.
Fill the oiltank always full .
Best is the most synthetic oil you can get because of overtime the chain will become motionless after long inactivity and then you must burn your chain links free of wood rosin.
Some oils will do their protect job better , but the natural oils not all.

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