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Re: help: flushing oil tank
« on: December 11, 2011, 06:54:24 pm »
I have used kerosene and I have had better luck just using old mix to flush with. 

Then after flushing fill the oil tank up with mix and I actually start the saw with NO bar and chain on it and run it through the whole oiler system till I see it flowing like it suppose too.  Never ran into any problems this  way yet.

Anyone see anything wrong with this?  It's been working for me.
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