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Chainsaw 141 oiler not working

I borrowed a friend's saw and the automatic oiler appears not to be working. What do I have to do to see what the problem might be.

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Somehow you have ended up posting this question in the Sewing machine section, so I suggest you re-post under chainsaws or you will never get a response......I don't know about chainsaws myself I am afraid, but if you have a sewing issue, let me know !

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