Question about Husqvarna "Chain Saw - 16" Bar, 3 Hp
I just purchased the saw this afternoon. I was cutting a 3" tree and as I was just getting through the tree the chain came off. I followed the direction from the manual but after the chain is back on and the clutch cover re-installed per the instructions and ever thing is tightened I cannot get the chain to move by hand.
First be sure the chain is on going in the right direction. When looking at the bottom of the bar the sharp tooth should be going towards the motor. When you put chain back on are the chain teeth properly engaged in the sprocket on the motor. Remove the cover again, check that teeth are in sprocket. Make sure pin from adjuster screw is engaged in the hole in the bar. Before you tighten the cover bolts, make sure chain will turn by hand. If not adjust the adjusting screw. Once adjusted, tighten cover bolts. Check again after tightening bar.
Posted on Jul 04, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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