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Remove the spark plug and clean it with rubbing alcohol and let it dry or blow dry it. Look at the carburetor. You will see two small screws next to each other. Those are the fuel/air mixture screws. one controls fuel, the other controls air. First check the air filter to see if it is clogged with dirt and debris... if it is, wash it in a soap and hot water solution and let it dry. After it dries out, reinstall it. Then turn the air/fuel mixture screws in GENTLY all the way. Turn them out one and a quarter turns. Check your fuel/oil mixture to see if you have the correct ratio of oil to fuel (most machines run on a 40/1 ratio... 40 parts gas to 1 part oil in other words, 40 ounces of gas to 1 ounce of oil. If your fuel/air mixture screws are one and a quarter turns out, the fuel/oil mixture is correct and the air filter is clean, the motor should start. You will need to adjust the fuel/air mixture screws a little to get the saw running to your satisfaction.
Posted on Jan 19, 2013
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