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Chain not lubricating on Ryobi 4046c chain saw

Manual says to remove clutchplate and bar to clean ports with a stiff brush. Can only find what appears to be the end of a rubber tube which is clear. Tried clearing tube with thin nylon wire which goes in for about 3-4 inches then sticks. still no oil - any ideas anyone?

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Have exactly the same problem as you, think the oil pump is the problem but can't find a supplier for the part yet. I blew done the pipe into the oil tank using an air line and it was OK.

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