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Bogging down i have a huqvarna the saw ran great till this year now when i run it under a load it boggs down and tries to cut out. i have cleaned the fuel filter, changed the spark plug, cleaned the carborator pretty much i have done everything i can think of and still have the same problem.

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The 2 stroke engines,your chain saw as well need to be check every year due to the carbon deposit from burning gases.Check if the engine is sealed properly(gaskets from carb,cilinder,crankcase and the seals.Pay attention at the flyweel key(not to be sheared off)crankshaft,piston,piston rings,piston rod.
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