SAW CHAIN TENSION
to tension saw chain...
Pull chain to check tension. Guide
links should not come out of guide
Make sure chain moves freely around
guide bar then tighten both nuts.
OPERATING CHAIN SAW
WARNING: Read and understand this
Make certain you read and understand all
Important Safety Information, pages 3
through 5.Improper use of this chain saw
can cause severe injury or death from
ﬁre,electrical shock,or body contact with
moving chain, or falling wood.
FILLING OIL TANK
1. Remove oil cap.
2. Fill oil tank with SAE #30 motor oil. Note: For
temperatures below 30°F, use SAE #10 oil. For
temperatures above 75°F, use SAE #40 oil.
3. Replace oil cap at once. Tighten oil cap ﬁrmly for
good seal. This will avoid oil seepage from tank.
4. Wipe off excess oil.
Note: It is normal for oil to seep when saw is not in use.
Empty oil tank after each use to prevent seepage.
Manual Oil System
Always check oil level before using saw. Do not
attempt to operate the oil system while saw is in
operation. To oil chain, press squeeze bulb. Oil will
feed onto the guide bar and chain. Press squeeze bulb
at least once before each cut. Check oil level often by
looking at oil sight window (see Figure 7).
Automatic Oil System
Chain saw Model 107625-01, -02, 111174-01 is
equipped with an automatic oiling system. It will
provide adequate lubrication to the guide bar and saw
chain. Check oil level every 15 minutes of cutting time.
Oil level can be seen in oil sight window (see Figure
8, page 10).
Oil Squeeze Bulb
Oil Sight Window
Figure 7 - Oil Squeeze Bulb and Oil SightWindow
Location for Model 107624-01, -02