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Poulan wild thing, new chain and bar (now burnt up) oiler not putting out oil. Chain and bar oil bought at tractor supply same as saw. Where do I begin to find the problem or is it just shot?

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Check and see if oiler is plugged with wood dust no its not shot lol

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