Question about Garden
Remove the nuts that hold the bar & the screws that hold the cover on.w/ brake off,remove cover.inside cover you will find 'band' brake that surrounds sprocket assembly.if adjustment is provided,it will be at one end of the band.it's more likely to be an accumulation of sawdust interfering w/brake.also clean sawdust from chain oiler holes in bar,and around sprocket while you've got it apart.slacken chain adjuster screw to aid re-assembly,re-adjust chain
Posted on Sep 26, 2009
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