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I can't get the bar cover back on my Poulan mod. 2775 What is the

I can't get the bar cover back on. What is the trick?

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The chain brake is released. try this:
Reset Chain Brake by Dolfoff
Please follow this link, http://www.fixya.com/support/t3102817-re_install_side_cover_after_chain
Cursor down to “Best Solution”, while there click the “Was this helpful? [Yes]” button
If you do not have a vise a large C clamp to a work surface might work, you may still need a block or two of wood.

It requires a fair amount of force. It usually makes a loud click when a keeper engages a detent. Just pull it slowly aft with a little grunt if need be at the rear extreme. HTH
Lou
If you need more help please reply below.

Posted on Feb 08, 2010

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http://weborder.husqvarna.com/order_static/doc/NIUS/NIUS2010/NIUS2010_545103408.pdf


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Let me get this straight. You provided an inadequate description of your initial problem, Received a very good answer to your question as asked, rated the answer not helpful, but cannot quite figure out what is wrong and return for additional help. I forgive you.
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See the "Handle, Chassis & Bar Assembly" print for proper assembly. I suspect item 62 is on the wrong side of the bar. It should be on the engine side and if flared the flare goes toward the engine. The bar fits tightly against 62 and that is tight against the engine housing.
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Lou
You can change the rating given for the initial question. A few kind words are appreciated too.

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The chain brake is released. try this:
Reset Chain Brake by Dolfoff
Please follow this link, http://www.fixya.com/support/t3102817-re_install_side_cover_after_chain
Cursor down to “Best Solution”, while there click the “Was this helpful? [Yes]” button
If you do not have a vise a large C clamp to a work surface might work, you may still need a block or two of wood.

It requires a fair amount of force. It usually makes a loud click when a keeper engages a detent. Just pull it slowly aft with a little grunt if need be at the rear extreme. If you need any more help please reply below. HTH
Lou

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