How about a new set of rings?or a crankset with new piston etc?could be just worn out on other 2 strokes you have to get new rings every so often,and decarbonize,at or around 500 to 1000 hrs ,a couple of wrongly mixed tanks of fuel will shorten life of the rings
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if your saying your saw runs full speed as soon as it starts , one of two things is happening :
(1) your low speed carb jet is too far open
(2) your throttle trigger has disconnected or become stuck from your carburetor and now the throttle blade inside carb is full open
Hi, most chainsaws start with carb settings at 1&1/4 turns out( hi+lo) usually once the chainsaw has been run in, the 'hi' screw can be turned in an eighth, tickover set low enough not to cut out but high enough not to engage the clutch, cheers Billy
Regarding the adjustment procedure you generally start your low and high mixture screws at one turn from seat, or slowly turn them in all the way until they bottom out and then back them out one full turn. You will adjust the high speed mixture screw at full throttle and get the median point between too rich (loads up) and too lean (dies out). You will want to do the same thing with the idle mixture screw, just adjust at idle rpm. You will also adjust the low idle mixture screw to give you a smooth transition from idle to throttle up. Once this is obtained, you adjust the third or idle speed screw low enough so the chain does not turn at idle rpm but high enough so the saw doesn't cut off. Hope this gets you going.
Should b 2 screws on side of carb. One is low speed adj and one is high speed adjust. Turn screws all the way in until they bottom, not too tight--turn them out 1 1/2 turns. Start saw and adjust the idle screw by turning in until it starts to sputter and turn out until is idles smooth same for hight speed only adjust at high speed
on your machine may be on the side of it that led into the carb should have H for high L low L is for the idle H is for all out ball to the wall you will need a small long screw flat head . put in the H ,turn out for more gas in for less good luck