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Remington X0089-05 pushbutton oiling?

I have a Remington ...089-05 model. Manual says press oiler cap for "pushbutton" oiling. The plain screw cap does nothing but close the oil reservoir. Am I missing something?

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I cannot find an owner's manual with the model number you supplied. I suspect it is actually a serial number.
I did find a manual with this step (Page 5 "OILING SAW CHAIN")
here:
http://dl.owneriq.net/f/f2821a14-608e-71b4-81fc-1a62bb3d6bfd.pdf
If you purchased this new the reference is probably for an earlier model and should not be there. If gifted to you used or purchased it used the cap may have been replaced.

I suggest you contact the manufacturer here:
Remington.com
http://www.remingtonpowertools.com/find_manual.cgi
And ask for clarification of the manual or a source for the correct oil reservoir cap. HTH
Lou
If you contact Remington please provide EVERY number that appears anywhere on this item.

Posted on Sep 10, 2009

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