I pulled up a photo of chain brakeband and from your photo band looks like it will have to be replaced. Band should go almost all the way around clutch drum and fasten upper left and other end to chain brake handle.
Re: poulan pro 295 chain brake fix in reply to jim_uny, 05-29-2014 09:45:08
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Jim, I'm not sure we're on the same page here. You can get an entire new side cover and chain brake assy off Ebay for $15-25 dollars. Get one and keep it cleaner than the one you have now. The problem isn't the saw, it's maintenance. Clean the saw every now and again, blow out all the dust and oil, clean the air filter and bar grooves/oil holes. That will solve a lot of problems.
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