How Do You Clean A Chainsaw Bar Oiler?
If oil is not flowing freely onto a chainsaw blade, the bar and blade can be ruined in no time at all. The most common cause of this problem is a blockage in the oil-delivery system (assuming you have kept the oil reservoir full). Regular cleaning and maintenance of your chainsaw is crucial for keeping it well-tuned and running strong for years to come. Remove the two nuts on the side chainsaw cover. Remove the cover, bar and chain. With a screwdriver, scrape off the worst of the debris and oily gunk to prevent it from contaminating the oil-delivery system. Remove the metal plate that covers the oil-delivery system by sliding it off the two screws that hold the bar in place. Carefully clean out all channels and holes with small, pointed tools. Make sure you do not push any debris into the hole that delivers the oil. Finish cleaning with a rag and solvent. Make sure all holes and channels are open and clean. Clean the bar with a rag and solvent. Clean out any clogged holes at the base o