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I have had the same problem with mine. i dont know what model you have so i may offer some advice that dont apply to you. on the bottom of the saw is the oil adjust screw, hard to find. turn it up and see if that makes a difference. the oil passage is probably plugged with saw dust. take the air hose to the saw and give it a good cleaning. if that still does not oil the it may have to go to the shop for a better cleaning.

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