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Saw will not go full throttle when cutting in cold weather

Seems boggy while cutting

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You may need to adjust the carb.

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You need to clean the air filter. and make sure your using the proper fuel mix.

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Check the fuel filter for plugging, the fuel lines for hardness/cracking/splitting. Clean or replace the air filter. Clean the muffler if plugged. Make sure that the carburetor fasteners are tight. Check the spark plug condition--gap should be 0.020" and the insulator should be light to medium tan color. If still having problems, the carburetor may need to be cleaned and serviced. Hope this helps!

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