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RM1425 MTD Chainsaw - Overview

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OIL CAP/BULB Assembly – Part Number: 631-04381
PartSelect #: PS9292425
Manufacturer #: 631-04381
  In Stock
Sprocket/ Gear Assembly – Part Number: 717-04749
Sprocket/ Gear Assembly
PartSelect #: PS9094726
Manufacturer #: 717-04749
  In Stock
Roller Bearing – Part Number: 741-04438
Roller Bearing
PartSelect #: PS9111192
Manufacturer #: 741-04438
  Special Order
Bolt Shoulder – Part Number: 710-05023
Bolt Shoulder
PartSelect #: PS9298721
Manufacturer #: 710-05023
  Special Order
E RING CLIP – Part Number: 716-04153
PartSelect #: PS9096823
Manufacturer #: 716-04153
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Screw – Part Number: 710-05043
PartSelect #: PS9089253
Manufacturer #: 710-05043
  Special Order
Nut – Part Number: 712-04232
PartSelect #: PS9095610
Manufacturer #: 712-04232
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Sprocket Support – Part Number: 797-00094
Sprocket Support
PartSelect #: PS9138599
Manufacturer #: 797-00094
  No Longer Available
Bar 14" – Part Number: 795-00114
Bar 14"
PartSelect #: PS9139863
Manufacturer #: 795-00114
  Special Order
ADJUST PLATE Assembly – Part Number: 841-070012S
PartSelect #: PS9146886
Manufacturer #: 841-070012S
  No Longer Available
Screw – Part Number: 710-05040
PartSelect #: PS9089748
Manufacturer #: 710-05040
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Cutting Chain – Part Number: 913-04091
Cutting Chain
PartSelect #: PS12666028
Manufacturer #: 913-04091
Cutting chain 14"
  In Stock

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April 7, 2023
How do I adjust the chain bar?
For model number RM1425
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Hello Allen, thank you for that great question. To adjust the chain bar, follow the following steps: 1. Use a 7/16-inch (11 mm) wrench to slightly loosen the bar-retaining nuts. Do not remove the bar-retaining nuts. 2. Hold the guide bar tip up and use a flat-head screwdriver to turn the chain-tensioning screw. Turn the chain-tensioning screw clockwise to tighten the saw chain. Turn the chain tensioning screw counterclockwise to loosen the saw chain. 3. The desired chain tension depends on the temperature of the saw chain. For cold chain tensioning, the saw chain should fit snuggly against the underside of the guide bar. There should be no sag. For warm chain tensioning, the saw chain will expand as it heats up during operation. The drive links should hang approximately 1/16 inch (1.3 mm) out of the guide bar groove. 4. Hold the guide bar tip up and move the saw chain back and forth along the guide bar. Make sure the saw chain moves freely and is in proper mesh with the sprocket. If the saw chain does not move easily, slowly turn the chain-tensioning screw counterclockwise to loosen the saw chain. 5. Hold the guide bar tip up and securely tighten the bar-retaining nuts. We hope this helps, good luck with this repair!

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It was just a little oil cap for the chain oiler
It was just a little oil cap for the chain oiler
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  • James from MONROE, NC
  • Difficulty Level:
    Very Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    Less than 15 mins
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