Question about Garden
Posted by Anonymous on
It could be that the bar is not lined up with the saw and the chain is not in line or the chain is not tight enough , tou should be able to pull the chain up off of the bar by about 3 to 4 ml .
Posted on Jul 02, 2012
Loosen clamp,back off adjustment fully,spin chain by hand[carefully] to make sure its running on bar and sprocket,,adjust tension up ,while rechecking chain alignment,then lift chain by hand at the top of the bar[the bar will also move up slightly] and adjust tension up till clearance between chain and bar is about 1/2 inch.dont let go the chain,while you lock up the clamps.then spin chain to recheck its on the sprocket properly.then try cutting wood.This procedure can apply to most chainsaws
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