How To Fix A Saw That Does Not Cut – Brush Cutter Repair
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How To Repair A Brush Cutter That Will Not Cut

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If your saw is not cutting with the same efficiency as it usually does and there are no issues with the engine, the saw blade may be worn or dull. Operating your saw with a dull blade can cause unnecessary wear to various components of the saw and can also cause debris to get wrapped up in the blade which can cause it to jam and stop turning altogether. You can protect against unnecessary wear to the engine by regularly checking the condition of the blade and ensure it is sharp and in good condition before each use. A saw blade that is used on a regular basis will also need to be sharpened regularly, or replaced if any damage is present.

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