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It's not complicated. Simply keep the oil level at least half full. Change the oil at least once a season or when it starts to smell. You'll need to purchase an oil filter from a parts supplier and install it. The chain should be checked every year for tightness. This is where the money goes and it's not cheap. If you decide to change out your chain, make sure that you use a high-quality chain tool to do so. Make sure you have the proper tools to maintain your chainsaw.
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to maintain your chainsaw chain you must change the oil and oil filter, tighten the oil plug, tighten all the lug nuts, replace the air filter, clean the chain, and lubricate the sprockets. to maintain your chainsaw chain you must change the oil and oil filter, tighten the oil plug, tighten all the lug nuts, replace the air filter, clean the chain, and lubricate the sprockets.
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a chainsaw chain must be maintained regularly to prevent it from becoming damaged. The more frequently it is used, the faster it wears out. If it is used less, it will last longer. To keep a chainsaw chain in good condition, you should be sure to do the following:- check and lubricate the chain regularly.- use a chainsaw that has a guard over the chain.- check and clean the carburetor and other parts of the engine that come into contact with the chain.- oil and lubricate the pivot point on the bar of the saw to prevent binding.
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