Hello to all need help with old corded homelite

Digiacomo

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I have never used any electric chainsaws and only worked on gas saws, .......I recently was "gifted" a saw or headache....I sharpened the chain and started a cut that only lasted a few seconds and the chain stopped and motor was still running............I looked at and sprocket and it was slipping on the shaft with some kind of friction washer and a double nut in the end of the shaft????......it doesn't look like the shaft is keyed.....???.......parts seems all to be discontinued........can i fix this or is the going to the trash can...........I like to tinker.......that's why the saw is still on my bench...If i knew what it was originally I could start there........thanks for any help......
 

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