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How to stop the bar chain oil leak

My 455 rancher leaks bar chain oil from the bottom of the saw.

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There should be an adjusting screw around the bar somewhere. Turn it anti clockwise until it stops and then just crack it one turn. If it still leaks too much then turn it down slightly.also try and store the saw on its side to stop the oil just coming out.

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