Question about Remington Electric Chain Saw
If its an older saw, it probably worn to the point where the tolerances are so far out that there is too much gap where it needs to be tight. Depending on how much you have in it, it may not be worth fixing.
If its new, I'd take it to a saw shop and have them look at it as you shouldn't have such a problem and it could be a sign of inferior or improper assembly.
Posted on Apr 06, 2011
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