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Ran chainsaw with brake on and chainsaw will not start now

Somehow the brake was left on when sawing and now chainsaw will not start at all. Why will it not start and how can I repair it

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Hi

Too much fuel at the sparkplug.The fuel accumulated in the cilinder because of brake left.Put the button in off position,remove the sparkplug and dry it,pull the starter for a while until the fuel is out from the cilinder.Put the sparkplug and start the engine.

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Posted on Dec 19, 2008

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