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Problem aligning the adjustment block of chain tensioning screw

I have a remington 1.5 hp electric chain saw - moedl # M15014AS. The manual says to put the sproket cover back on and then line up the adjustment block on the chain tensioning screw into a round hole on the guide bar. I can't see anything once the sproket cover is back on, so I'm having zero luck lining up the adjusting block into the hole.

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Line up the adjustment block and put the screw into the hole. then carefully snug it down and put the cover back.

Posted on Sep 07, 2009

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