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How do I set my partner 385 chainsaw carb?

Need info on screw settings on carb following service

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SOURCE: STIHL CHAINSAW MIXTURE SETTINGS

one turn high and low 66 has compesator carby willrun rich up high but will lean under load

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Turn both screws inward and seat them GENTLY. Now turn both screws one and one half turns outward. This is the factory setting.

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SOURCE: Can't set carb. on Husqvarna chainsaw.

Most chainsaws and small engines are 1.5 turns out.

You need to set the mixtures for the carburetor. You will find a Low and High adjustment screw. At idle turn the screw in or clockwise until the rps starts to decrease. Then start turning it out till you hit max idle rpms. Turn screw back in a quarter to half turn and it should be idling smoothly. Be careful here and get someone to hold saw if necessary but hold in throttle to full speed and do the same with high adjustment screw. turn it in till rpm starts to drop then back it out until you get to max rpm and it won't go any higher then turn it back in a half a turn.

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SOURCE: husqvarna 272 xp, setting for setting screw for oiler

20" Husky saws are set from the factory at an un-healthy low rate of oil flow. Find the adjustment screw mentioned above, and turn it CLOCKWISE until just barely snug. Then turn it COUNTER-CLOCKWISE 2.5 turns and check to see if its throwing oil as mentioned above.

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SOURCE: needle adjustments for 1999 Suzuki RM80 Need carb

Lightly seat the screws then open up each of them one and one half turns. This is the factory setting.

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