Module 6: Chain Saw Use and Safety

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This person got 9 of 10 possible points.
Total score: 90 %

Question Results

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Question:

Chain pitch is the thickness of the drive links while the chain gauge is the size of the links.

Response:

True

False

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Question:

An improperly tensioned chain is dangerous and is the cause of most chain problems.

Response:

True

False

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Question:

It is not necessary to lift upwards on the bar while tensioning the chain on some newer saws.

Response:

True

False

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Question:

There should be 1/16" to 1/8" slack between the chain and the bottom guide bar rails.

Response:

True

False

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Question:

A new chain tensioned properly can be used under normal work conditions immediately after it is installed.

Response:

True

False

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Question:

Always secure the flywheel before you attempt to remove the sprocket.

Response:

True

False

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Question:

If the chain is fitted correctly, the cutting teeth on the top of the guide bar will face toward the body of the saw.

Response:

True

False

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Question:

Use light weight chain oil in the winter and heavy oil in the summer.

Response:

True

False

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Question:

Automatic oilers are designed to use approximately 1 tank of oil for every 2 tanks of fuel.

Response:

True

False

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Question:

When sharpening the cutting teeth, use the proper diameter file. Approximately 1/3 of the file diameter should be above the top plate.

Response:

True

False