The Husqvarna chain saw includes a gasoline-powered engine with a oil pump, also accepts 14- and – chains and bars. The chain tightening system includes a tensioning screw to loosen the chain for its elimination, so that it functions properly to the bar without undue wear and to tighten the chain properly. The screw not tighten or loosen the chain and might become stripped after use. The screw can be replaced at a minimum cost.
Put your Husqvarna chain saw and allow the engine to cool if it was in use. Add a Phillips screwdriver into the 3 screws at the upper cover, then turn them and remove them. Pull the top cover the engine off, then remove boot and the spark plug cable from the spark plug to avoid the chain saw beginning accidentally.
Remove the two nuts on the side of the chain saw with an adjustable wrench. The cap off and out the chain saw bar and blade. Put the cover on a level surface with the inner side facing upwards.
Eliminate the tension bracket screw with a Phillips screwdriver and lift the adjustment assembly. The tension screw can be found underneath the adjustment assembly.
Grasp the tension screw with a set of pliers, and pull it straight out and out of the cover. Put a tension screw that is new into the hole.
Replace the adjustment assembly insert the tension bracket screw and twist it clockwise with a Phillips screwdriver.
Put the cap onto the chain saw at the cutout of the holes and the bar with all the adjusting assembly at the cover. Replace the two nuts on the bolts at the cover and twist them with an adjustable wrench. Press on the plug cable and boot firmly. Replace the top engine cover, insert the 3 screws and twist them .