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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Sounds like you're not getting enough oil to the chain. Basically you've got an oil pump, pickup and filter involved in getting oil from the resovior to the chain/bar. If you cleaned the obvious area and the chain is not coated with oil, you may have a clog further up (inside) the oil delivery mechanisms. Also, drain the oil from the tank, and see if you can "blow" air through there. With the saw running & pointed down, you should be able to see oil on the ground being slung off the chain, if not, you are not getting enough oil to the chain.
Posted on Nov 29, 2008
pull the black dust cap on top there are three screws going down, the idle screw is on the left side (if you were holding the saw) near the top of the carb it has a spring around it. the 2 weird screws under that are the mixture screws hi and low rpm you really shouldn't mess with those unless your sure of what your doing. if that doesn't work there is a really small hole ( and I mean small) in the bottom of the carb for a diaphragm if that gets clogged it runs bad, also vibration can loosen the cylinder bolt turn the saw upside down and there are (or should be 4 bolts) make sure they are tight if one already rattled out take the one kitty corner to Lowe's or a hardware store and get a replacement.
Posted on Mar 06, 2010
the adjustment screw near the end of the bar( next to the engine) needs to be turned in to tighten the chain just don't tighten it to much
Posted on Apr 04, 2010
Are the jet screws fitted with slot heads or 'D' heads? 'D' heads require a special tool to adjust and are not available to the general public, so you are stuck with taking the saw to a servicing dealer for adjustment. Slot head screws can be turned with a small flat-blade driver by anyone. In case you have owner-adjustable heads, try the following: Turn both screws CW to stops (lightly), then back each out 1-1/2 turns CCW. The engine should run with this basic setting. Warm up the saw, then pull the throttle full on. Turn H needle CW until the engine speeds up somewhat, but still 4-stroking. Proper adjustment is when the engine 4-strokes, but immediately 2-strokes when cutting. Release the throttle and adjust L CW until the engine idles fairly well, but allows the engine to 'follow-the-throttle'. Adjust idle speed so that the chain stops turning, but the engine continues to run. Hope this helps!
Posted on May 04, 2010
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