Question about Chainsaws
Assuming you can pull the starter cord and the engine turns freely (e.g. engine not frozen due to improper fuel mixture), check for debris near the clutch wheel. Also, loosen the bar tension screw to see if the chain and clutch can move.
If you pull the starter cord and the chain moves, your clutch may either be jammed in the engaged position or may have gone out.
Make sure that you don't have the chain tension too tight and that you always have plenty of bar oil.
Posted on Jan 24, 2009
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