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Loosen the chain tension adjustment screw a few turns so that the tang from the adjuster will drop into the large hole at the rear of the bar. You may need to jiggle the bar in and out a little to engage the tang. Once you do, the cover should drop into place securely. With the attachment nut(s) slightly loose, adjust the chain so that it doesn't droop from the lower side of the bar, yet still turns fairly freely by hand. Tighten the fasteners on the side plate and recheck the chain tension. Hope this helps!
Posted on Feb 27, 2010
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SOURCE: my Baumr Ag sx62 leaks bar oil.
The white plastic thing you talk about is spare impeler for the chain oil pump, but you should find it is a different thread which will slow down the oil flow, well it did for me. i have owned one of these saws for three years now and it still goes like a freight train. before you put them to use you must make sure the carby is set right. because if its running to lean or not enough oil in the fuel, Yes it will seize every time. All you have to have is a little bit of an understanding in small engine mechanics. Yes they do leak a little oil, just fill it when you want to use it. a chainsaw should use one tank of fuel to one tank of oil, no more than two tanks of fuel to one tank of oil.
Posted on Aug 24, 2010
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Posted on May 02, 2012
if you can't find one , be aware that the piston and ring will be generic fit for that cc engine so go to a mower shop with the bits and see if you can get alternate parts
for example I have homelite piston and ring in a husqvarna trimmer for the last 5 years and still starts and runs ok
as long as the bore size is the same and the wrist pin fits in the piston
Posted on Jul 11, 2016
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