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Had bad fuel?

I have two chain saws and a blower that now will not run right I think bad fuel is the probelm? Now what besides running new fuel should I do anything else?

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ADD A SMALL AMOUNT OF FUEL ADDITIVE INTO TANK TO HELP GET RID OF ANY WATER OR SEDIMENT IN TANK THEN GIVE IT A SMALL SHOT OF STARTING FLUID AND CRANK, IF IT GOING TO IT SHOULD START

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Starting any chain saw can be a bit finicky. How many hours has the saw done since new ruffle? Over about 10 and the saw would have run in and will need to have the fuel adjusted. What fuel to oil ratio are you running?

Just as a point, you might know this but I only pull the saw over 3-4 times with the choke in. Then try to start with it off.

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If the chain is right then you may have gotten a chain with a bad grind. Never heard of it but it could sure happen. Get back with me if the chain is right and it's turning- we'll get it to cut.

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ok im not a mind reader ,,,so what chain saw is it???? il have a go at this one,,,,,
most chain saws take a 50 to 1 mix if there not very old,,,but thats not all of them,,,ok?
some run on 40 to 1 mix,,,,old chain saws run on 25 or 30 to 1 mix? and very old saws run on 10 to 1 mix,,,,now you see you did not help me not telling me which saw you have,,, did you?
if its a new saw to be safe run it on 40 to 1 oil mix its a two strok so if there is a little smoke then its getrting oil to the bearings so it wont seze up?

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Hello Andre;
I think you are saying you put oil/fuel mix in the oil tank and bar oil in the fuel tank; discovered your mistake drained both tanks and refilled with the correct fluids. Now the saw runs but smokes excessively. I think it will do no lasting harm. After you have run a few tanks of the correct mix (50:1) through the saw. Remove and clean the muffler and spark arrestor, reinstall them. Inspect your plug if any evidence of fouling replace it. I think you will be cutting with this saw for years.

Yes the additional smoke is caused by a very oil rich mixture and should abate with each fresh tank of fuel. If the chain is not moving ensure the chain brake is not engaged.

If you have more questions or need additional help please reply below and I will get back to you. Good Luck. HTH
Lou
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Do you want it to start next season? Then no! Put it ALL the mix in your lawn mower, snow blower, the 4 cycle engine of your choice. Read your manual about storage. What does it say? Next season start with a fresh mix mixed to the oil suppliers recommendation.
You should start it after dumping the fuel and let idle until it quits... like your manual says.
You can download your manual here:
HusqvarnaUSA.com
http://www.husqvarna.com/us/homeowner/support/download-manuals/
Serial number decode – for use with IPL
06 1500198
06 = year produced – 2006 (single digit before 2000)
15 = week produced - March
00198 = 198th unit Husky produced that week
Enter the 3 digit model number. HTH
Lou

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Here is a suggestion to your idle problem on your poulan chain saw,turn the saw on its side so the carb adjustments faces you, you will notice two fuel adjustment needles, one with an h beside it an another with an l beside it, the i is the idle circut, the h is the high speed circut,turn both needles clockwise to the right until they bottom out,turn both needles out 1 turn each,start the saw, run it until it warms up,turn your curb idle screw to the right, until the saw will idle on its own,this screw is the big screw above the two main high& low jets,go to your low speed screw the one with the i beside it, turn the screw out until the saw starts to stall,then turn the screw in until the idle picks up& until the saw starts to stumble mid way between these two points is the correct idle with the saw idiling on its own,once you get this problem solved, your saw may be idiling to fast in this case just turn your curb idle screw back until the chain just starts to rotate around the bar.The procedure is the same for your high speed circut,open the throttle wide open turn the high speed needle counterclockwise until the saw starts to lug,then clock wise until the engine picks up, you should get a booging sound or two strokin sound, this is a sign of ample fuel delivery, anything less can lock up your saw, due to a lien fuel mixture,remember your running a two stroke mix of gas& oil you have to have the proper lubrication, i hope you can make heads or tails of this, hopes this helps your problem.p.s.when you perform this proceedure, there may be idle limiter caps over your adjustments,just take a pair of pliers & pull off these plastic caps,, you can reinstall these caps or leave them off the choice is yours

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Husqvarna chainsaw model 359 will not restart after refuel and bar+chain oil refill. Prior to the refuel it was starting within a few pulls. I was bucking a felled pine tree(36'' dia) and saw was running...


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Runs bad like no fuel


well assuming this is your model:
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Chain Saw PP4620AVX 952802146
  • 46cc 2-Cycle Gas Chain Saw
  • 20" steel bar
  • Anti-Vibe Handle
  • Automatic Chain Oiler
  • Super clean air filter system
  • Tool-less Chain Tightening System
  • 2 Year Warranty
I would go to Poulan Directly and Voice your Complaint with them, they might make it right with You...
You can Contact them at:
Handheld (Chainsaws, Trimmers, Blowers, Edgers)
1.800.554.6723
or Via email/request form:
http://www.poulan.com/poulanpro/contactUs.do
Good Luck!

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