Question about Black & Decker 18 - Volt Pole Pruning Saw
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Hello! I have a Black
You need to know the size pitch and brand of the chain. See if it has a name on it anywhere. It may have a pitch # stamped on the side. My remington uses a Oregon chain.
Check the chains at walmart and see if they look the same. You may find a cross ref on the package that will give you another part#
Another option is to replace the bar and chain with a new Oregon Replacement Bar & Chain Combo kit.
See this site for examples.
try this cross ref chart
Posted on Jan 14, 2009
It sounds as though you have bent drive links? I would probably replace the chain. Burrs we can help, see Chain Repair here:
The instruction sheet is available here:
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Go To “ServiceNet/” link
Bottom of center column “Need a Manual?” Enter model number, “YourModel” in window.
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Posted on Mar 02, 2010
SOURCE: I have a B &
The chain is part #623382 00 and can be purchased at toolpartsdirect.com for one place. I like this place as they ship quickly and aren't overpriced.
Use a 5/32" sized-file to sharpen the chain at 30°.
The correct size chain is a 3/8" pitch, gauge 0.043.
The brand Oregon offers these chains also. You might find one at your local outdoor equipment place or chainsaw place.
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Posted on Jun 05, 2011
SOURCE: B&D pole chain saw- just
hello needa.... I agree.....everyone needs a vette.... now to the chain saw. generally when this occurs the chain is too tight. The fix is to lube the chain and reduce the tension on the chain. Joe
Posted on Jul 10, 2011
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1. Remove battery from chain saw.
2. Separate main handle from chain saw
power head by pressing both release
buttons on main handle and pulling
apart. The release buttons are just in
front of the trigger.
3. Align rib on chain saw power head with
groove in power head adapter on pole.
4. Slide power head into power head
adapter until units "snap" together.
IMPORTANT: Both release
buttons on power head adapter must be
5. Align rib on handle adapter on pole
with groove in main handle.
6. Slide main handle into handle adapter
until units "snap" together.
IMPORTANT: Both release buttons
on main handle must be fully
7. Slide battery onto main handle until
release buttons "snap" together.
Be sure the battery is charged.
To extend the pole:
1. Loosen the clamping
lever. Pole will slide
2. Pull inner pole section out to desired
length of extension.
3. To lock pole in position, tighten clamping
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