Worx WG305.1 8 Amp 14" Electric Chainsaw
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Oil is gravity fed into the WORX chainsaws and not pumped in, so when the saw is in use, oil will leak out of the side of the machine to properly lubricate the chain. If you want to prevent oil from leaking, it's best to empty the reservoir before storage, and use only the amount of oil needed for whatever task you are performing. Also, if your cap has holes, try storing it on the left side with the cap tightened securely.
My oak today was treated with it. The logs were about 12 inches wide, and for a total of 16 cuts, I made about 16 cuts. Aside from that, everything went smoothly.
In addition to the 14 stocks, you could add a longer bar, and I intend to do that
Sending back for such a reason is not wise. It is possible for delays to occur. Despite its small size, it is a great
Selected User Reviews For Worx WG305.1 8 Amp 14" Electric Chainsaw
I bought it in January 2018 and have used it since then. As of now, I have used it three or four times around my house to cut down some light brush because it's a horrible product. I bought it in January 2018 and used it three or four times. The next time I went back to get it, I noticed that oil had leaked out of it. There's a huge mess here. In order to speak to Worx, I dialed. Their response now is that I should drain the oil after each use in order Why should I be at such an expense every time I use it, if I only use it for minutes each time?
She said that it says so right in the owner's Rereading the manual, I found that there is no mention of oil leaks and how to prevent them, nor is there any advertising on their website that states that their chainsaws leak!.
I needed something to carry when I am by myself - I have a gigantic chainsaw, but need something Farm Boss will never be used by me. A friend of mine asked if we could help him It is dying out in many areas of the old-growth forest in the Appalachian Mountains. The world is our oyster. Despite my small size, I am a mighty lady, so the weight matters, but endurance even more, as I wanted something that would last longer than a wireless and would not be as bulky as Both of my one-bedroom apartments have one-bedroom apartments There are also ninety foot extension cords, which are about as long as you need them Oh, yeah, I even left it outside through a storm and it The wood cutter still cuts wood well! The only bad thing about it was that it leaked oil, but honestly for such little money, it did not There is likely a gasket I could buy for it, so I still give it five stars. Occasionally, it sticks in tree trunks that are a little over the recommended circumference of eight inches. Our property has been mowed and cleaned up with this electric chainsaw than by my husband's fancy Farm Boss. It is a product I would purchase again without a second thought. It won't give up on me until it wears down eventually, but I can still use it. In the month since I bought it, it has done nothing but help me. I'm sure that it was worth the effort even if it dies tomorrow.
It is awesome for the price, this is my second one. I bought one a few years back and it simply washed out! allowed me to remove a 15 years old maple tree that was blown down by Hurricane It was no problem for him. The leaking of information is a complaint I see elsewhere. It's not something I use often, and I have refilled it whenever I needed, but it can be messy to store if it hasn't been all, with the price of 50 dollars, I think that this is a quality tool. A gas device that will have problems starting after sitting is something I am not comfortable with. That is to say that a gas device can be messy and difficult to maintain.
This has been with me for a few weeks and I can't complain about it. In addition to round-tailing a bunch of dead and leaning trees from around my property, this little fella did the job as well. Does it have a huge, monster gas engine? That's tough to say, it's a $50 electric chainsaw. But if you only plan to use it a little bit, and keep it within its limits, it's a decent little machine. Thank you so much for this.
Take a look at the would put a plastic chainsaw drive gear on a 15 amp unit? Take a look at the It was perhaps 20 minutes long! Since this plastic gear is not replaceable unless it is replaced with a metal gear, I have no idea whether I want to replace it.
The setup and use is super easy and it has plenty of power! for anyone looking for a way to get rid of smaller trees.
Everything I was told to do was followed to the letter. After cutting four passes on a dried out cottonwood with a diameter of 6", the chain got gummed up and the adjustment (which must be adjusted after every cut or it will break) In the end, I had to disassemble it and clean it thoroughly before putting it back together, only to repeat the painful process. Would have been nice if I hadn't delayed using it so long that I could My head is spinning yet again trying to figure out why this product is still available. It's a complete waste of time.