Question about Remington Electric Chain Saw
Posted by Anonymous on
There are two nuts that hold the bar in place. They should be 7/16. You need to loosen these nuts and then you can adjust where the bar sits with a flat bladed screwdriver. It works on the right-y tight-y principle. The adjustment screw should be at the front of the chainsaw right next to the bar. The chain should be able to be lifted from the groove in the bar and snap back into place. Then re tighten the 7/16 nuts and you should be back in business.
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