2750 farmhand poulan chainsaw

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Old 12-03-18, 06:21 PM
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2750 farmhand poulan chainsaw

I have a poulan chainsaw that after i adjust the chain and use it the chain tightens up and stops the saw instead of loosening this one tightens up
 
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Make sure the oiler is working and has oil, sounds like its getting hot. Have a good one. Geo
 
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I agree, getting hot.
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GBPack, apologies if you already knew this, not everyone knows: in addition to the mixture of gasoline and two-cycle oil in the fuel tank, a chainsaw requires a separate lubricant for the chain. It's called bar oil, and there's a separate reservoir to handle it. It's a good habit to check the bar oil in between fuelings.
 
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It's a good habit to check the bar oil in between fuelings.
Worth repeating! I almost always top of the chain oil when I add gas. My saws will almost go 2 tanks before the chain oil reservoir runs dry.
 
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The owners manual says to thin the bar and chain oil with diesel fuel or kerosene in cold weather to insure adequate oil flow to the bar and chain.
 
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thanks guys notice this started when I started cutting the big pieces the oil is full but must not be working right
 
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Check the bar where it attaches to the power head to be sure the oil channel from the oil tank to the bar is free of clogged sawdust.
 
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