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I have a homelite chainsaw that the sprocket is frozen in place and I can't get the new chain to move at all by hand or motor. I don't have the manual any more. I was trying to find a site to download a repair manual no luck yet. Bob

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Sounds very much like the chain brake is on, pull the hand gaurd fully back to the top handle until the brake clicks and unlocks.

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