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Poulan 295 farm boss chainsaw

It cranks on 2-3 pulls, it will idle for 6-8 seconds and does not run when giving it throttle.

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Hi,

Try to adjust the air and gas intake pin. It is a screw type dial usually found sticking out the carburetor. You are tuning your carburetor, so you will have to test different adjustments until you get your desired running idle and power. I suggest you start with adjusting the air intake screws to decrease air supply going to the cumbustion chamber, It will probably make the chainsaw run when you give it a throttle.

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