Question about Poulan 14 in. 2.0 Peak Horsepower Electric Chain Saw
Remove the cover that cover the rear of the chain bar.Now,loosen the nuts that attach the bar and slide the bar reward.Now set the chain in the slotted part of the bar,pull it forward until there is abut 3/8 of an inch slack in the chain an tighten the nuts.Re-install the cover.
Posted on Sep 12, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: need a chain for 14in
The number of drive links, pitch and gauge of the chain need to be determined to answer your question. If you take your saw or just the chain to a local chain saw outlet a new chain can be fabricated in a very few minutes. This will save shipping and handling fees as well. While there get the numbers mentioned above. Once you have these you can likely find a low kickback chain in a local home center the next time the chain needs replacement.
The FAQs here can likely answer all your questions.
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Posted on Aug 10, 2010
I think you are asking for gap between the fly wheel and the ignition module. A business or index card works great. 0.1 - 0.3 mm. GL
Posted on Oct 09, 2009
Remove the side cover nuts and the cover, wind the bar adjuster screw fully back, it may be in the cover, or on the front of the saw, push the guide bar fully back toward the sprocket, loop the chain ocer the sprocket and lay it around the the guide bar, make sure the cutters on the top of the bar rail are facing away from the saw, this will make sure it is the correct way round make sure the bar adjuster pawl is engaged into the hole in the bar, if the adjuster pawl is in the cover, replace the cover making sure the pawl engages into the hole in the bar, refit the cover nur finger tight, adjust the adjuster screw so as the chain fits snug fully around the bar, loft the nose of the bar and fully tighten the cover nut, with a gloved hand pull the chain manualy around the bar to make sure it is fitting in the rails and the sprocket correctly.
Posted on Sep 01, 2011
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