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Hello,After it stalls take the fuel cap off and put it back on and see if it starts,maybe the cap is bad or clogged and not letting air in to equalize the pressure of the fuel being used in other wards a clogged vent, this is a small thing but a big problem,,hope this helps, ``
Posted on Feb 20, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Most times that would be a sign of a coil going bad.When it stops quickly check for spark,if there is none you have a bad coil.
Posted on Mar 15, 2009
Plan your beer breaks every 10 minutes and enjoy the time off. Also check your fuel mix, the engine is running hot, replace fuel mixture with proper oil mix.
Posted on Jul 15, 2009
If it's the little xl model, it's probably the ignition coil breaking down when it gets hot and therefore it can't and won't be able to handle a load. Also, scarred pistons skirt or rings could also be some of the problem here. Make sure your mix for a Homelite saw is 40:1 not 50:1 like most saws are. Homelite seems to run better with a heavier oil mixture. Good luck.
Posted on Aug 02, 2009
Why are you not standing on the help desk where you purchased this? If it starts to sputter then dies It is probably a plugged fuel tank vent. When it begins to act up roll the saw so the fuel cap is up right and loosen it a little. If it smooths out and runs correctly you just vented the tank and that is where the problem lies. If it suddenly stops running with no warning it is most likely an electrical problem. If you repair either of these problems it may void your warranty. Why not make Homelite repair or replace it? If offered a refund I would not purchase any product by the same manufacturer. At best their quality control is lacking. HTH
Posted on Nov 23, 2009
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