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The chain fell off the track and now it seems it will only go on backwards - how do I fix this?

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Look carefully at the chain, remember, it cuts while pulling toward you on the bottom. The "track" is called a bar. The bar is adjustable using an adjuster on the front of the side cover or papallel with the bat on the front or rear side.

If you need more help, let me know.

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