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My chainsaw brake broke. I have a new one, but I am unsure if I have installed the brake activator handle on correctly: I cannot release or open up the brake even though I have hit the handle fairly hard with a rubber mallet.

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Remove it from the machine and secure it in a vice. Attempt to activate/ deactivate it and look to see what is causing it not to release. a bit difficult to advise without being able to see what's been done.

Posted on Jun 24, 2010

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