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Make sure the chain is not too loose it should sag aboug 1 eight of an inch. If the chain is still slipping than you have to replace the centrifical clutch.

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That should be all that was there. If it's a fairly new saw, it could just fit tight. Not that I recommend this, but leave the nuts 1/2 loose. I had to get my chain moving using a pair of welding gloves and pulling it around the bar. The whole thing seated properly & I finished tightening it up. the brake fits tight but you don't want to lubricate it or it won't function properly when you need it. Also be sure the brake ISN'T engaged when you reassemble and when you're finished. Hope this helps.

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if you loosen the nuts holding the bar on there is a tension screw on the opposite side from where the nuts are you should see it if you look from the front of the saw by the muffler you need to use it to put the proper tension on the chain if you turn it clock wise it should move the bar out tightning the chain you want a tiny bit of slack in the chain it should not be dogged down tight with the tension screw if you go counterclock wiseit should release tension. once tight tighten screws to hold on bar and spin chain by hand should be able to spin chain if not it is to tight. hope this helps

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Trying to assemble chain back onto bar and wheel but when I start saw the chain comes off. I feel like it is tight enough but without being too tight.


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If this is an electric saw, you may have a damaged gear within the gearbox, or the chain drive sprocket is spinning freely on the output shaft due a part breakage or similar. If this is a fueled saw, then wash out the clutch internals with spray carburetor cleaner and allow to dry out. Make sure that you can move the chain by hand and is being oiled properly. Hope this helps!

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My chaindsaw runs but the chain will not turn it came off put it back on but it is acting like it is siezed


By runs I am assuming that when the chain is the clutch spins with the engine; if that is the case...
1. When properly adjusted you can pull the chain up off of the bar to see 1 full and two partial tooth guides.
If the chain is adjusted properly
2.Check the bar tip roller to make sure it rolls.,
If that is ok
3. Take the bar and chain off and use one tooth guide to go all the way around the bar to make sure the slot is not crimped shut somewhere.
If 2 or 3 are at fault replace the bar.
Did you know most chainsaw pro's recommend you replace the clutch outer (the sproket part) AND the bar after the 3rd chain replacement or anytime the bar or clutch are replaced for any reason. I live by it and never have trouble with the bar, chain or clutch.

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  1. Place your Rex a center stand or rack.
  2. Referring to the Owner's Manual, inspect the chain and sprocket for wear. Replace if necessary.
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  1. On both sides of the bike, loosen the large vertically-mounted hex bolts at the very top back of the swingarm.
  2. Noting the alignments marks on each side, place an even larger hex wrench into the side of the circular aluminum insert that's surrounding the axle.
  3. Use the wrench to adjust the chain to about 0.9" (~23MM).
  4. Make sure both side's alignment marks exactly match each other.
  5. Tighten the swingarm bolts down, but not all the way.
  6. Spin the tire around while constantly stopping to check the chain slack. If it's even all the way around, tighten the swingarm bolts all the way. You're done! If not, go to Step 7.
  7. If the chain slack runs uneven around the clock, re-check the alignment marks and re-adjust as needed.
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When you give it throttle- does it rev up or bog down?

If it revs up:
Then you have a broken clutch, they are replaceable and some handy people have even repaired them in a pinch, replace it or find a handy person.

If it bogs down or dies:
:The chain brake is on (wrist guard handle forward) grasp and **** back to reset.
:The chain is installed improperly-believe it or not many people have installed their chain by inadvertently routing it over the anti-backlash bracket, reinstall properly.
:The chain is fitting to tight in bar due to lack of oiling and/or over heating you will need to replace bar.

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