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I'm not very familiar with the 011 but it may have a screw to adjust the oil flow. Look underneath in the area where the oil line goes onto the oil pump housing and there may be a screw with numbers 1,2 and 3 close to it. If so turn the screw to a lower number.
However, I have found the problem also occurs if the chain cover is worn. Take it off and check the area that goes against the chain bar. Put a straight edge against it. If that is not flat then it often leads to the oil flowing from the area and little getting to the chain. The only way of fixing it is to replace the cover.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I've been messin with my poulan 2150 that was doing the same thing. Good, fresh gas, good spark,etc. I noticed whenever I loosened the fuel cap it would literally spray gas out! alas, I removed the muiffler assy and the darn thing fired up the first pull! I've got the muffler parts soaking in gas right now and I'm sure this the problem. It just makes sense especially if you use the same 'mixed fuel' can for weed eater, blower,etc. Check your's out, it could very well be your problem too! GOOD LUCK
Posted on Apr 29, 2009
There is two types of sprockets, a spur type and a ring type both are similiar to change.
Spur: remove the side cover & remove the chain and cutter bar then you will see the clutch cover and the sprocket attached, remove the little E clip in the centre and the cover will come out be careful not to loose the little roller bearing, To replace lube the roller bearing DO NOT get oil in the clutch assy otherwise you will have big dramas, and reverse the above steps... be sure to tension the chain correctly if your not sure get somebody that is qualified to check it.
With the ring sprocket it is exactly the same except you do not have to replace the clutch cover the ring just locates on a spline on the clutch cover and reassemble the same as above...
Hope this helps
Posted on Feb 05, 2010
on bottomside of thesaw is a adjustscrew for chainoil turn it out complete and blow out lines. make sure the holes in de sawblade are open have to take off whole blade. also check plate. on the under the blade, where oilchannel is coming out. good luck
Posted on Feb 11, 2010
If the bolt is still viable, you could try using two nuts back to back as a jam nut and wrench it out.
If it is not viable (damaged threads) try vise grips. You MIGHT try a bit of heat from a Bernz torch as last resort, and of course penetrating oil like PB Blaster.
Posted on Apr 13, 2010
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