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What type of oil do I need for my Desa 8" bar chain saw 104316-04

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I hope no expert will do as you ask. I will not! I will provide the necessary links and information so YOU can make an informed decision based on what you are given.
Replace Desa with Remington. The EL-8 is not listed, I think if you do a careful inspection of your saw you will find a model number 107624* or 170625* (*matters not). Both of these numbers input below provide the same 3 choices on the following table.

Oregon Bar & Chain Selector
http://www.oregonchain.com/pro/lookups/selguide.aspx?BusId=OCS&SellReg=USA&LangId=ENG

The above results are for an original or equivalent 16" bar. Only you can determine your level of expertise,how much risk you are willing to assume and choose one of part numbers listed. Once you make your choice the Oregon part number can easily be converted to other chain manufacturers (if your local outlet does not handle Oregon). I suggest a few phone calls to save you time and gasoline. Given the Oregon part number and your assurance of a purchase, if my store, your chain would be waiting when you walked in the door.

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Does it run on 30 weight oil or a mixture of gas and oil?


It is an electric chainsaw, you need bar oil. Your manual says use 30 weight non-detergent. That is what bar oil is, with a few additives to help keep it on the bar and chain. It can be purchased at home centers and hardware stores and is less expensive than most motor oils. HTH
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The oil to use for the chain is called BAR OIL and if there is anything that might be universal, it is BAR OIL. You can use BAR OIL on electric and non electric saws alike. Self sharpening and non-self shaprening chains. Any manufacturer. It is BAR OIL.

Do not use any other kind of oil in your saw. BAR OIL is particularly sticky and hangs on to the chain even while cutting the wood at high speed.

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You didn't say what kind of saw you have but they are all generally alike. This happened because the chain stretches when it gets warmed up and it also gets a slight amount of wear in the pins so it lengthens as it is used. There should be 1 or 2 nuts on the side cover over the drive sprocket that you need to loosen just so the bar is loose and there should be a screw on the inside of the bar that faces the tip of the bar. When you turn this screw it will adjust the bar outward which will then tighten the chain up. Tighten the nut or nuts back up with upward pressure on the bar. It should be almost snug when cold. Make sure you have bar oil in the oil tank to lubricate the chain or it will soon stretch and come off again. This can ruin your chain and they aren't cheap

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