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Chain saws are wonderful tools when cut correctly. Most people know that when a dull chainsaw does not cut it very easily, and indeed can be quite dangerous. However, there are a number of other problems that can cause your chain saw to cut bad. Most of these problems date back to procedures improper sharpening or poorly maintained.

When you're cutting with a chainsaw, if cut or twisted at an angle that is generally an indication that the teeth have been incorrectly filed. Or were presented at the wrong angle, or each tooth has not been presented with the same amount and the same pressure. If the presentation is not the cause of a chainsaw pulling to one side or the other, then it could be the bar or the sprocket at the other end of the bar are in poor condition and needed maintenance or straighten.

If you have a chain saw freshly sharpened dull quickly, usually this is caused by thin cutting edges resulting from too much pressure file or low angle when sharpening your chain saw. His chainsaw must be presented again with less pressure and to reduce the angle of attack and control height of meters deep.

If you take the chain saw sharpener cuts without a hook probably because forward in the teeth as a result of excessive pressure from the top of the file. A good indicator of the depth gauges are set incorrectly when the chain is digging too far into the wood. You will have to lower the height of the depth gauges in most cases. If it detects overheating of the chain bar oil may not have enough, or the saw sharpener created a dorsal teeth during the latter approach.

Relationship problems of unity in the chain can cause serious problems as the chain from jumping of the bar. Incorrect chain tension can cause this, and you may have to replace bent links in the chain drive. Furthermore, excessive talking chain adjustment may be caused by inadequate gear, and result in the front or rear drive hammered links.

Each time you identify these types of problems with his chainsaw cut that should immediately remove the bar and saw chain and inspect carefully. Usually there are only a couple of nuts to remove the chain and separately from the bar of the saw. This allows you to visit the areas of dangerous defects and maintain the saw in good condition.

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T Bridger is the author of this article and runs the blog Chain Saw Sharpeners, which features lots of great information about chain saw sharpeners, as well as helping you learn how to sharpen your chain saw.

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