Question about McCulloch FG6000MK 5700Watt 13 HP 338CC Portable Generator
There is a hole in the brake/clutch cover (that you take off when you change your chain) under the attachment bolts through which a bolt protrudes. Use a small screw driver or the wrench that comes with the saw to turn this bolt (it has a slot in it) to either tighten or loosen the chain.
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Posted on Mar 22, 2011
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