Chainsaws 101 - Safe Operation - What You Need To Know




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Pro1er: Very nice video. When you said "bucking" I think you meant "kickback". Bucking is cutting a big log into little logs ;-p.

One maintenance tip I never see mentioned is to check the air and fuel filters from time to time. Either one being clogged can cause performance problems or even shorten engine life.

FuddyDuddy99: Good video but presented too fast... camera picture changes too quickly

stilwell secatero: never drop start a chainsaw

Patrick Christ: What idiot would put the chain on backwards? Oops I think I may be guilty. I caught some fish netting which got stuck in the sprocket and I had to take the bar off to get it out and when I put it back on (my first time) the saw did not cut a twig. I assume I dulled it and took it to get sharpened,. I bet I put it on backwards. Thanks for the tip that nobody mentioned in 100 videos.

Harborseal: I never buy gas saws because I can't start them. Any tips?

Harborseal: Thanks for your videos. I've been over tightening my chain. Is that what makes it jump or slip off?

Duane Nelson: We quit greasing the roller nose back in the 70's.

Fares Al-saket: Hi again I have tanaka ECS4000 chainsaw whan i was clean the exhaust the muffler collar drop from it how can i fix it and its necessary for saw Performance please help me :)

Fares Al-saket: her in Jordan they use 4-stroke oil mixed with gas !

it's right or wrong and why PLZ ?

Chriz O'Connell: Awesome stuff. Your chain tightening video worked like a charm. Now with this video I'm confident I can keep my chainsaw running for a long time!

Mark Jeffries: Great idea about the compression bandage inside your hard hat. I haven't heard of that before.

Jim Delorme: thx, good vid!

funwithfire: Thank you.

Thomas Nestor: Thanks again!  probably saved me from serious injury!!!

shoehornking: You should always have the chain brake on while starting.

Jane Doe: Thanks my friend for this excellent sharing.
Th-up !

tsif86: Nice!
:-)

Lane Vines: Great video the only critical thing I could say about your video is you said bucking when you meant kickback. Bucking is simply cutting up a log or limbing it on the ground. Kickback is what happens when the saw kicks back at you. Usually kicks up at you.
Good job!

donyboy73: nice big saw, I personally have an 038
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Pro1er: Very nice video. When you said "bucking" I think you meant "kickback". Bucking is cutting a big log into little logs ;-p.
Martha Jocham: K
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Chainsaws 101 - Safe Operation - What You Need To Know