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What kind of oil goes in the bar oil hole?

What kind of bar oil?

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Bar and Chain oil, available at hardware stores and home centers. I generally use Ace brand but whatever is least expensive works. Bar and chain oils is 30 weight non detergent oil with some additives to help it adhere to the bar and chain.

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Use CHAIN oil. Any oil will do but chain oil is thicker and sticky and will stay on the chain much longer. The price is much the same. Stephen.

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SOURCE: have cleaned bar grooves and holes, blown air

The oil exiting the case next to the bar should just 'ooze' out depending on how fast the engine is running. Check the area around the oil port looking for an 'O' ring or other formed seal that may be damaged or missing. Make sure the small passage between the large hole (that lines up with the oil port) in the bar and the chain groove is open. It's easy to miss when cleaning. Make sure that the bar snugs up to the port firmly (otherwise, the oil just runs down the case). A check of oil delivery to the chain is to run full throttle for a moment or two--the end of the bar should paint a light line of oil on some paper or cardboard in front of the tip. Hope this helps!

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