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Craftsman 358.352070-14 chain saw start problem

Have cleaned carb and replaced gas oil mixture. seems to not be getting fuel to the carb. does the carb **** the fuel in or is their a pump that has to be replaced. i can see a filter in the tank attached to the fuel line. how is the best way to analyse fuel problem. thank you, mac

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You could try and prime the carburetor and start the saw. If the saw starts for a short while, but dies, than it probably isn't getting fuel into the carburetor, which means that the carburetor either needs to have a rebuilt kit installed, or adjusted or both. This could especially be true if the saw has been around for a while and used quite a bit.

The filter in the tank usually doesn't go bad, but it doesn't hurt to replace it. Usually it is obvious when they are dirty and need to be replaced.

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