Question about Garden
Almost all chain saw blade replacement is the same.
You remove the cover over the driving sprocket area.
You loosen two clamping bar nuts.
You loosen a small screw that helps tension the chain... this is usually parallel and close to the bar on the engine side of the bar.
You remove the old chain noting the direction of the teeth.
You put new chain on the same direction.
You partially tighten the bar nuts so they will allow bar to slide a bit.
You then tighten the tensioning screw until you can lift the chain halfway up the bar, away from the bar and have the guide that runs in the bar JUST come out of the bar at that point.
Fully tighten the bar nuts.
Replace the cover plate.
Put a little bar oil along the chain. Done!
Posted on Sep 11, 2010
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