If you want your chainsaw to deliver the best cutting performance each and every time and to enjoy a long service life as well, you should make sure to do several key things.
- Regularly clean the sprocket nose, the oil inlet hole and the oil the bar groove and the cooling fins.
- Rotate the guide bar and remove burrs from the guide bar (if necessary) after each time you change or sharpen the chain.
- Check the chain tension on new chainsaws once you have worn them in and never work without lubricating your chain!
The essentials at a glance:
Tip: Print out the checklist and hang it in your tool shed or save it on your smartphone.