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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: chain oiler
Saw dust has clogged the passage way in the bar. take the bar and chain off and clean the groove where the chain runs, also near where the bar mounts to the saw there are holes in the groove that intersect with cross holes in the center of the bar, push a paperclip through top and bottom.
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Posted on Mar 25, 2009
THIS WORKED FOR ME....I have a 2014. I've had that problem for quite awhile. I finally decided to try to fix it. I took the bar and chain off, removed all the crud in there. Then I took a small air compressor and blew out the entire area so it was pretty clean. I started the saw at this point and gunned it some. The oil became noticible within a few seconds where it comes out at, above the outer chain bar bolt. Once I found the hole, I then drained the oil tank, and then using the air pump, blew out the hole from the blade area to the tank, leaving the oil cap OFF. Upon refilling the oil tank with a lighter oil (10 wt), I restarted the saw, and the flow was really coming. After the oil; tank empties, I'll start using the regular bar-and-chain oil again, but it's pretty heavy, even though it says it is 30 wt.
Posted on Apr 02, 2009
This isn't an easy repair. You'll need to take off the pto clutch and that might not be easy. The oiler is behind the clutch. There is a drive gear behind the clutch that drives the oiler. You should check to make sure oil is getting from the reservoir to the pump. That is easiest to do with the pump off the saw. If you take it to your local Stihl dealer, unless the pump is shot, this is not a complicated or expensive repair.
Posted on Jun 16, 2009
check for blockage in feeder pipe, try draining oil tank and clean with fine grade oil or wash out using engine clean by wynns. hope this helps
Posted on Jul 08, 2009
hi terry, here we go ---screw the H srew right in till it stops then back it out 1 1/8th of a turn do the same to theL screw but only back it out 1 turn.screw the idle screw in i turn. it is abit difficult adjusting things by holding them with one hand while you screwthings with the other,so if need be clamp the chain bar in a vice making sure the chain is not touching any thing.start the motor ,hold it at a high idle a minute or so to warm up, the n take it up to top revsand hold it there whilst screwing the H screw slowly in and out until it runs the sweetest then back it out 1/8 th of a ,turn, donot take it in past 7/8 ths of a turn . now release the throttle and let it idle do the same thing with the L screw in and out to where it idles best then set your idle speed with the idle screw so that the chain just holds from turning (that is not so important so long as it idles nicely with out cutting out) and there you have it . just watch your hands onthat chain .
Posted on Aug 27, 2009
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