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My K760 blade does not spin freely. Sounds like it's binding or rubbing somewhere. Are there bearings in there?

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Sounds like your clutch needs to be removed and cleaned,they hold a lot of dust

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Sounds like you pinched your bar while cutting. take a good look at the guide channel on your bar and see if you ban find a place where its pinched closed. use a screw driver and very carefully open it back up.

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  • Huck Finn May 18, 2012

    Or, if it's a roller nose, the roller may have wood chips jammed in it.
    Many have holes in the side to allow some view of the roller. See if there are any chips visible there.
    And yes, there is a bearing in there. (The roller nose runs on a set of flat roller bearings)http://www.gbbar.com.au/images/noseassem...
    In this image, the bearings are the small circles just under the sprocket.

    Play safe, and clean up when your done.
    HF

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