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Generally, depending on the manufacturer, the nut only has to be loosened and then looking from the blade end you will see a slotted screw. Turn the screw counterclockwise while wiggling the chain bar until the blade is loose enough to remove from the guides. You may have to put a small flat screwdriver under the retaining nut and pry up lightly while loosening the nuit with a wrench or socket..After backing the nut off enough the blade bar should slip up and away from the drive gear.
Posted on Apr 03, 2011
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