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It's a good idea to keep a spare chain with you at all times. If you don't have one, try calling a local saw repair shop. They may be able to give you one free. And they'll know exactly what tools you need to remove the old gas.
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There are several ways to do this, but we're going to use the simplest method. To make this as easy as possible, we're going to use a few simple tools. First, we'll need to find a suitable spot for the gas. If there's room, a garage or shed might work. We'll also need a container that can hold gas. You can use a 5 gallon or 2-liter soda bottle. Second, we'll need a container to catch the gas when it's released.
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