Question about Poulan PP4218AV 18" Chain Saw
Remove the chain bar and look just below the bolts holding it in place. You'll see a small hole where the chain bar oil pump pushes out oil. Make sure this hole is clear then run the saw without the bar on.
Be CAREFUL of fingers!
You should see oil coming out of that hole. If not, you may need more serious work done with the saw (chain bar pump replacement).
Posted on Sep 02, 2010
Testimonial: "Thanks I will check this, I shot air into that Hole and it Shot out 18ft the oil under pressure. so not sure why it does not do that constantly runnin"
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