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All chain teeth need be of equal size and opposite angles else it will cut at an angle. There is a wealth of information publish by a company that has been dealing with chain for very long time. Please read anything that appears remtely related.
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Posted on May 06, 2010
Check the edges of the bar where the chain groove is. If the metal is worn so that it sticks out beyond the vertical face of the bar, it can catch on the kerf and deflect the cutting or stop it altogether. File the protruding edges off (at about 45 degrees) If the groove/chain is badly worn, you may need to replace both. Sharpening should be as symmetrical as possible--don't try to fix one problem by introducing another. Hope this helps!
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