Question about Poulan P3314 14" Gas Chain Saw 2.0 Cuin 33CC 2 Cycl
I am asuming you are already into the saw and looking at the carb and tank. There are two fuel lines, one gets gas to the carb, the other returns gas to the tank. The 'in' fuel line has to be long enough so you can pull it out the gas fill hole to attach the filter and to rest on the bottom of the tank. (The weight of the filter will keep it on the bottom.) The 'out' line only has to be long enough to go into the tank but not vibrate out. Both should be fairly snug in their holes so gas won't leak out around them. Either line can go through either hole in the tank however, one hole is usually easier for each line to run in without kinking. If you don't know which nipple is which on the carb, put one end of a line on one nipple and the other end in some gas and pump the primer. If it sucks gas up, it's the 'in' nipple, if not it's the 'out' nipple. If you got the 'out' nipple, be sure to check the other to make sure the primer is working properly.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Posted on Mar 05, 2010
the vinyl primer button on your carb shoots fuel into the crankshaft space. when you pull the rewind air and fuel in the crankshaft area is sucked into the combustion chamber. when the magneto reaches almost top dead center, the high voltage fires the spark plug. if there is an air leak in the gasket that surrounds the crankshaft, the air/fuel mixture will be way off. flooding will occur and the plug will get saturated. remove the whole back of your engine and clean the mating surfaces. now use high temp permatex and run a bead all around the gasket surface. tighten all the bolts - screws. push the primer button twice and try starting the engine.
Posted on Oct 24, 2009
SOURCE: saw does not idle
You have gum in your carbeurator.
You can try a carb. cleaner that you add to the gas. I likve one called seafoam. You add one ounce per gallon of fuel.
Also, you must have a good clean spark plug, and a clean air filter. The spark, the fuel, and the air all contribute to an easy start and a good idle. If you havn't changed the spark plug lately do so, same with the air filter.
Posted on Jun 24, 2009
You need to pretension it. Remove the pull handle, rotate the spool about 2 revolutions against the spring, rethread the cord and reinstall the handle.
Posted on Sep 04, 2009
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