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Need adjustment tool for carburetor - where can find this

Unable to get to the adjustment of the carburetor- need certain kind of tool- where can I find one?

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    Same problem. Carb needs adjustment, but can't get in there with needle nose, and I need the special tool. My model is a gas, 18" P4018WM.

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You can try to buy it from a shop where are Poulan chain saw for sale but I am not sure they do.

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With the filter removed check the choke valve. Make sure its connected to the linkage and working properly not opening and closing randomly. Now with these possible problems eliminated I would adjust the carburetor which is relative simple and the logical next step.



Locate the high and low carburetor adjustment screws. Some newer models may not have these adjusters. If there are none move on to cleaning the carburetor.



They should be on the left hand side near the handle. Look for 2 small holes. Look for an "H" and a "L" near the holes. Use a flashlight to see if the adjuster screws are there and determine the shape of the tool you will need to turn these. Older models may just require a long enough smaller flat head screwdriver.



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Use an air compressor and blower nozzle to blow through all the holes. Repeat the soaking and blowing process 2 or 3 times until your satisfied the holes are clean. Dont just go through the motions to clean it since its quite a bit of work to get the carb out usually and you want to be sure you have eliminated the possibility of a dirty carb. After its all back together adjust the "H" and "L" carburetor settings again.



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