A chainsaw chain cross-reference chart is used to compare the part numbers of different manufacturers of chains to determine compatibility with a chainsaw and guide bar. Chainsaw chains may be advertised with many featur... More »

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To sharpen a chainsaw chain, adjust the tension, secure a file guide to the chain bar, and file each cutter with a round file for five to seven strokes. Check the height of the depth guides, and file them with a flat fil... More »

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To replace the chain on a chainsaw, unlock the brake, remove the cover on the side of the chainsaw body, and remove the plate located under the cover. Release the tension on the chain by pulling the tip of the bar forwar... More »

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A battery substitution chart, also called a battery cross-reference guide, shows which types of batteries made by different manufacturers correspond to each other and can be used interchangeably. Some manufacturers, such... More »

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To sharpen a chainsaw chain, adjust the tension, secure a file guide to the chain bar, and file each cutter with a round file for five to seven strokes. Check the height of the depth guides, and file them with a flat fil... More »

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Input a competitor's part number in the search bar labeled Competitor Cross Reference on the FRAM catalog to use the online cross-reference tool, as of April 2015. Separate each part number with a comma, and use an aster... More »

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Duracell publishes a comprehensive battery cross-reference guide on its website. BatteriesAndButter.com also features online guides, each one corresponding to a specific battery type, such as watch batteries or hearing a... More »