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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
i have a 4620 poulan that had the same problem. use it for 10 minutes, spend 15 minutes reinstalling the chain. i sent poulan an email threatening to sue them and they decided to send me the parts to change it over to the old style for free. try poulan.com
Posted on Apr 27, 2009
The chain brake is engaged when the brake handle is moved forward.....to ensure it is actually the chain brake...with the clutch cover off and in your hand, pull the chain brake back...if it will not move, attempt to move it forward to see if it was not engaged...if it moves forward, it is now engaged...pull back to disengage it...a lot of times the problem is not the brake, but rather the bar adjuster....if the brake is not the problem,...loosen the bar adjuster and reassemble the unit...once assembled, then adjust the bar as per the user manual.
let me know what you find.
Posted on Apr 30, 2009
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You need to make sure the blade is not damaged. You need
to release the chain tension screw, most cases; you turn in counter clock wise
to release the tension rod. Do it in the reverse when you reinstall chain to
tighten it back up to operating conditions.
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