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Chain stops under load. adjustment is o.k. sounds like it's slipping but resumes turning when not cutting.

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  • dontbother10
    dontbother10 May 11, 2010

    How old is your saw? It sounds as though the clutch faces are abraded. A model number would be helpful (RY7400numberletter?) perhaps.

  • Kelly
    Kelly May 11, 2010

    Make and model number please. It sounds like the "Flying clutch" pads are worn substantially on your chain saw. If you provide a make and model number I can probably provide part numbers for you. Thanks for using Fixya

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