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My oil leaks out under the bar oiler after i use it.What can i do to fix it?. This is my 2nd saw , the first one stopped running so i bought a new one . it is less than 1 year old.

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There are O-rings sealing the bar to the oiler passages. Replace the O-rings and keep the bar tight.

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Start by removing the bar and chain and start the saw with a full tank of fresh Stihl bar oil.
If you are or have used a low grade oil or used oil you may have worn the oiler out.
Watch for oil to come out of the oil port.
If it does at a steady rate of about 10-21cc per min at 13,000 rpm or about 1/2 oz. per min then the bar is clogged with saw dust and needs to be cleaned.

If oil does not come out of the hole you will need to trace back the problem. the oiler is under the clutch. To remove the clutch remove the c clip that holds clutch drum ,washer and bearing remove those comonents and you are to the clutch. the clutch comes off reverse threads (right to loosen)
The problem is that the engine wants to turn, so remove the spark plug and put something soft in the sparkplug hole like 2 ft of starter rope. the clutch will come off and you will be able to see the oiler gears and hoses. worst case you will need a new oiler which is held on with a few t-27 screws.
Again I stress the point of good oil.
find parts at a local dealer like www.arcolawn.com

joe

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Remove the housing that covers that bar and sprocket. There are two plates on each side of the bar that set over the studs.They may be identical or slightly different depending on the saw but at least one of them will have a hole in it for the oiler. If you remove the bar and both plates you will see the oiler hole on the saw housing. This oiler injects oil through the plate and into a small hole in the bar where the chain picks it up and carries it around the saw. If this hole becomes plugged with sawdust it will keep your saw from oiling the bar proplerly. This hole should be cleaned out periodically. It's not a bad idea to remove the whole chain periodically and clean the chain guide all the way around the bar and get any sawdust buildup out so the oil can flow better.

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That chainsaw should leak oil off the bar. A small amount of oil flipping off the chain is how it is suppose to work. If it is a large amount of oil dripping from near the sprocket then you probably need to do some cleaning.

Remove the housing that covers that bar and sprocket. There are two plates on each side of the bar that set over the studs.They may be identical or slightly different depending on the saw but at least one of them will have a hole in it for the oiler. If you remove the bar and both plates you will see the oiler hole on the saw housing. This oiler injects oil through the plate and into a small hole in the bar where the chain picks it up and carries it around the saw. If this hole becomes plugged with sawdust it will keep your saw from oiling the bar proplerly. This hole should be cleaned out periodically. It's not a bad idea to remove the whole chain periodically and clean the chain guide all the way around the bar and get any sawdust buildup out so the oil can flow better.

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Depends on the vintage, turn the saw upside down and you can see a screw to turn, 3 settings, right under the clutch and shaft. use a screw driver if it is adjustable. I like to keep mine set on high, oil is cheaper that new chains and bars. Use a bar oil, not old used motor oil.

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