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Homelite chainsaw carb adjustments

I have 2 homelites. models 10660A and 10661A. What are the high and low speed adjustments?

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  • bear973 Oct 09, 2008

    I have a 45cc power stroke timberman 45- It runs great for 2 min. then slows down .if you tilt it down it runs bad or up to much. I can turn the carb screws while it's running & it takes off & runs great for a min. no amount of adjusting will keep it running at max rpm.I tried putting the fuel pick up in different locations, no help it seams to run better as long as the tank is completely full.

  • Cannonball56 Oct 15, 2008

    Still looking the answer to my question. Don't know who bear973 is or how their question was attached to mine. Does anyone out there know the answer to my question on Homelites?

  • smeds090 Apr 01, 2009

    I adjust the carb and it runs great and strong for a long time, then suddenly it dies and is hard to start. I wonder if the chain is too tight. But I loosen the chain tension and it doesn't help. So my problem isn't too much drag (load) on the engine. I wonder if I just simply have to rebuild the carb.
    I've cleaned the tank and the line is good. I've had the "bad-line" problem before. Of course I've reset the carb-adjust limiters. I'm pretty thorough, so I guess the next step is to rebuild the carb. After all, if I took it to a shop, they could get it running so it would maintain its integrity... So why can't I?
    To those who have tried replacing the fuel line and dealing with the filter, try rebuilding the carb. Make sure to spray cleaner through all the ports and passages, the blow compressed air through afterwards. Reassemble and adjust as needed, using the new rebuild kit of course. Let it warm up and readjust as needed. Also keep in mind to have the air filter installed before making adjustments. Everytime you adjust any carb, you must do so as though it were going to run daily, with all components installed.

  • Anonymous Mar 17, 2014

    High and low speed adjustments on blue max chainsaw carbs

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Bear973 you must make sure that that in tank filter is seated in right position and not just floating around inside the tamk

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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

Posted on May 04, 2009

I'd replace the fuel pickup and line. It sounds like you are getting air into the fuel system ahead of the carb.

Posted on Oct 14, 2008

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