I have run the saw with and without the bar and chain, also with the oil cap slightly open, but no oil seems to be coming from the oiler. Are there any other tests I can do to see if the pump is working or if there is a different problem? Are the oiler pumps easy to replace?
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The most common reasons why your automatic oiler isn`t working are: Your chainsaw`s oil tank is empty. The chainsaw oiler is clogged. The oil pump is broken.
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BAR OILER NOT WORKING GEARS OK .WILL THE TANK PLUG UP . HUSKY 340
Hello slehman629,Take off the chain and bar and you can clean out the oilier tube with a piece of wire or a dull drill bit a small screw might work.It is just saw dust that gets packed in there. Thank you for using fix ya.
No oil getting through to chain on use
HiThe oil feed depends on the rpm of the engine.More rpm results more oil.Check the oil line,the oil filter(inside the oil tank),the gear worm and the oiler:Clean the oil way. cheers savumihai71
The auto oiler for the chain is not working, what should i look for
try this steps and proceed from one to the next :
1. make sure you filled oil
2. clean the chain oil container with gasoline
3. try thinner oil
The automatic chain oiler does not get oil to the chain. Yes, it has chain oil. The black tube to the top chamber at the bar, seems to be plugged and I cant get it off to clean it out. Thanks, Steve
I have never seen an automatic chain oiler that worked. Even new ones don’t seem to work. Just pour a little used engine oil on the bar once in awhile like everyone else does.In theory there is a small piston that rubs on an eccentric at the chain sprocket, and that sucks in oil and pushes it through a hole, into the center groove of the bar.But if the piston is dry, it won’t pump.If the holes are clogged with sawdust, it won’t work.Here is a video that may help:http://www.ehow.com/video_4756894_a-chain-saw-bar-oiler.html
Poulan 2150, chain oiler not working. Chain is getting very hot.
Try to pour some gasoline only in the oiled tank and look if the gas comes out, if not the tank is clogged .
There is one clear hose on the oiler that is not hooked up need to know were it gos oiler not working
Explain your problem and they should be willing to send you an IPL for your saw.
Automatic oiler has never worked well even when saw was new, chain never gets enough oil. Should I use a lighter grade oil, or what else should I check?
Take the bar off the saw and check that the hole that the oil comes out hasn’t become blocked with saw dust. It sometimes happens also that when you are filling the saw with oil, shavings and saw dust can get into the tank and this can block the pipes connecting the tank to the hole that the oil comes out. Although it isn’t really recommended, I have used waste engine oil regularly for oiling the saw. This works ok as long as there aren’t any lumps in it.
The automatic oiler it is not working what should you do to fix it
1-Try to clean the oil bowl and line.2-Check for a bolt and if find try to adjust by tighten it.If no bolt then change the oil pump diaphragm.If you need more help come back.Post /
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