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Do not run the saw any more, remove the fixing nut and take the side cover off, you may well have done some damage now,if the brake was activated prior to you re fitting it, the band would have been smaller than the drum, this will now have forced the band into the drum seizing the two together, check the condition of the brake band,and sprocket, any sign of damage and it will have to be replaced.
You need to load the brake before re fitting, clamp the cover in a vice , be carefull not to damage the cover, either remove the hand guard from the machine and use this as a tool too fit into the brake quadrant and re load, or find a suitable u spanner that will engage into the quadrant to load the brake, you will need a fair amount of pressure to compress the internal spring, and load the brake.
Posted on Mar 12, 2011
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