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How to adjust the tention on the roller catch

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  • Locate the guide bar retaining nuts on the side of the motor that holds the bar. Use the guide bar retaining nut wrench to loosen the two bolts mounting the bar to the motor.

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    Locate the chain tensioning screw on the front of the motor housing near the guide bar. Turn the screw clockwise to increase tension and counterclockwise to release tension. Tighten the chain until the chain moves freely along the length of the guide bar, but is tight on the curves of the bar



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