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CHAINSAW WON'T START. BELIEVE IT'S FLOODING OUT.

IT'S GOT SPARK, BUT FLOODS OUT. PULLED AND CHANGED THE PLUG, CLEARED CYLINDER SEVERAL TIMES, BUT STILL GETTING FUEL OUT MUFFLER AND CARB. IT RAN ABOUT TWO MONTHS AGO AND I DON'T RECALL HAVING ANY PROBLEMS WITH IT. THE FUEL IS O K .

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  • justohs Jan 25, 2009


    • pull start rope stuck on homelight UT`9767 chain saw

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Take the carburator off and clean it out. 

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