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No. A table saw IS NOT safe for sheet metal cutting. I have seen bar stock aluminum and copper cut on a table saw (at least 1/4 inch thick) but trying to cut thin sheet metal would be a bad idea. The two main problems are that the sheet metal is too flexible and the teeth are much larger than the material is thick.
Sounds like an overheating problem. Are you working in a well-ventilated area or in direct sunlight? Check, if you can, the temperature of the motor case. You might have to take a break more often. This hot summer has stressed a lot of motors and electronics. When it shuts off you know it is trying to save itself from burnout.
disassembly the carb and carefully clean it.Check the air filter,the fuel line and fuel filter,check the needle,lever,small spring and the screen filter from the carb.Check the sparkplug.
high speed H=2 turns,low speed L=2 1/2 turns,adjust T
When chain saw starts adjust H,L and T accordingly.