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Where is the bar oil adjustment screw on that Huska Verna a series 142
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There is a cutting bar adjustment screw and a chain oil filler cap. I think you want to know about one or the other.

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The oil adjusting screw is just below the base of the chain and guide bar. Turn the screw counterclockwise toward the plus symbol, “+,” to increase the guide bar oil flow or clockwise to the minus symbol, “-,” to decrease the bar oil flow, says Garden Tools & Instruments.
To avoid your chainsaw from leaking oil whist in storage, the best solution is to drain the chainsaw of its bar oil and fuel mix and store the chainsaw empty.
Locate the oil adjuster screw on the bottom of the chainsaw. Turning this screw will adjust the oil feed rate. Turn the screw clockwise to increase the oil feed. Turn the screw counterclockwise to decrease the oil feed.

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How to adjust bar oil flow as bar heating up too much even though chain is sharp
ANSWER : Not all Husqvarna models have an adjustable pump, if it is adjustable there will be a slot head screw either at the side of the sprocket, or just under neath the sprocket, there will be a small symbal of a drop of oil and a + and – sign.

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My 290 isn’t oiling chain. I tried adjusting oil flow and still no oil?
ANSWER : You have to remove the bar and clean it out

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Does the husq 440e have an oil adjustment on it?
ANSWER : Hi mwaltz48,Yes, Huskys have a screw adjustment on the bottom, under the chain sprocket assembly. While looking at the bar side of the saw, turn it over and you’ll see a screw that has 3 positions.Turn the screw to the right will decrease the oil flow, left to increase it. If you put a longer blade on, you should increase the oil flow. A way to check your oil flow is to run the saw with the blade pointing at something light, such as a freshly cut chunk of wood, or the end of a log, etc. You should see a light line of oil appear.I hope this helps. If it does, I’d appreciate your vote. Thanks,Handie Andie

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How to adjust oil flow to bar on husqvarna 51 saw
ANSWER : The 51 does not have an adjustable oil pump.

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Husqavarna rancher not oiling. I removed the chain and bar and cleared out ports on bar and still not oiling. I adjusted oil flow screw, but it didn’t help. Someone said to remove the oiler, but I’m not sure how. I’m looking for my manual, DOH!
ANSWER : Husky has pretty good exploded view diagrams on their website. I would try there to see if you can figure out how it gets removed.Here is their helpful website:http://www.husqvarna.com/us/homeowner/support/download-manuals/good luck.

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On a husqavarna 362 xp special 71cc chainsaw very little oil is coming out to the chain i have removed the chain and bar and cleaned and still very little oil is making it to the chain what should i do ??
ANSWER : Check to see if there is an oil-volume adjustment screw located near the lower part of the chain where it goes into the cover, but mounted in the main case. It might be underneath the case in about the same location. Turn it CCW somewhat, if found, and check for oiling by holding the bar tip running at speed near some cardboard. If properly oiled, it will throw off a thin line of oil after several moments. If there is no adjustment, then you will have to investigate the oil pump, lines, and filter/valve in the oil tank. Make sure to clean the small oil passages in the drive end of the bar. Hope this helps!

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I have a husqvarna 137 chainsaw. The problem is with the bar oil. When the saw runs oil is flowing but where the rubber corner piece which allows the oil to flow out of appears to be just dripping the oil straight out. It looks like it should fill a small reservoir behind the metal plate and the oil then moves upwards where the chains drags the oil through the oil hole on the bar which is moving outwards as in the top chain on the bar. However the chain-brake area is just getting messy with oil splattering all over and the bar not actually getting oiled. I have fitted a new metal plate to see if the corner of the original was not sealing properly but that has not helped. The bar holes are clean. Any suggestions as I can’t see what it could be?
ANSWER : It’s the rubbers. I had the same problem with my 137 and 141. The rubbers shrink over time and the oil never makes it up the channel. The replacement part is one piece and less prone to leaking than the original 2 piece design.

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Ms 170 leaks bar chain oil out bottom, no oil on chain
ANSWER : Your clutch drum bearing has gone bad, letting the clutch drum to move around and cut into the oiler behind it, so now it just pumps the oil out that hole. You have to get that fixed to use the saw, otherwise you’re going to cause catastrophic damage to the saw very soon.

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