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11-27-03, 07:07 AM   #1  
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bar lube in cylinder

kinda stumped working on a mac 110 14 in chainsaw for a guy was a good running chainsaw i had it first and sold it to him but he used it for a while then he told me it wound'nt crank or pull the rope i took the plug out of it and it was just full of oil it was barlube has to be sense it's 2 stroke carb is clean as a whistle all the oiler hoses are connted right what could be the problem??

 
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11-30-03, 12:07 AM   #2  
Hello Sniper!

Very strange! I have seen people put bar lube in the gas tank accidentally. I have never seen this happen, but if it is an automatic oiling saw, it could have leaked past the diaphragm that pressurizes the oil chamber. This diaphragm is operated by pulses of pressure from the engine crankcase. Unless someone actually put the oil in the cylinder for some reason, this would be the only way for the oil to get in there.


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