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Hi,i,m prtty sure the oiler for jonsered chainsaw has conked out

Hi,i,m prtty sure the oiler for the chain has conked out,i,ve cleaned the chain bar holes out etc but even with all the bar gear off and the motor reving high there,s still no oil creaping out,i,m not sure how to dismantle the clutch assembly ie,hold it to undo the big centre odd looking nut thing to gain access to the little worm pump underneath, any other useful info would be greatly appreciated,many thanks.simon ,,New Zealand

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Remove the chain and bar look twords the oiler and clean out that oiler port it works on gravitation thats all

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