Question about Garden
Remove the rear case cover which exposes both tanks, the oil pump and the short coupling line that goes from the pump to the bracket that the bar assembly bolts to. If you remove the bar and chain, that exposes the side port that is coupled to the hole in the bar that distributes the oil to the chain. There is a screw in the case back near the bar that adjusts the oil volume. When the bar/chain is off, clean the side port on the engine, and start the engine. It should ooze out oil when running at moderate speed. Clean the oil passages in the bar end including the two small ports that go out to the chain groove on each side. After everything is back together, run the saw bar tip at speed near a piece of cardboard for several moments--it should throw off a thin line of oil. Hope this helps!
Posted on Jun 05, 2010
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