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I assume you have the Ryobi powerhead with the multiple tool shaft (can use it with an edger, blower, trimmer, and pole saw) If so, does the powerhead square drive spin when you squeeze the throttle trigger? Does the chain move freely on the saw end when not connected? Is the attachment fully inserted into the powerhead shaft (small spring-loaded button should pop out of the hole when fully inserted.
How do you increase the power to an electric saw? By your question, I'm assuming a fueled engine model. Check the fuel filter, air filter, and muffler for any plugging. Check condition of fuel lines and tightness of carburetor fasteners. If no help, turn the H jet needle CCW about 1/4 turn--which should result in the engine 4-stroking. Will the engine now run at speed (but not as fast as before)? If ok, warm the engine up, open the throttle and adjust H CW until the engine speeds up somewhat, but still 4-stroking. Proper adjustment is when the engine 4-strokes, but immediately 2-strokes when cutting. This produces best power and least heat! Hope this helps!
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I looked at "Gas Chain Saw PP4218 Types 1 & 2" IPLs. there are no carburetor illustrations. I suggest you contact them by phone. Please have your saw and a supply of common hand tools within easy reach before calling. HTH
There are often multiple carburetor manufacturer's used on the same model. They can easily help you determine what is on your saw.
There is no set adjustment on any chain saw. If it were that simple there
would be no need for adjustments. The problem is that most equipment
manufactured in the past 10 years can not be adjusted by the user. Carburetors
are now equipped with either adjustment limiters which limit the adjustment to
less than half a turn or with adjustment screws that require a special tool to
make the adjustment. More than likely you will have to take it to an authorized
dealer for those adjustments.
If you do have an adjustable carburetor,
then gently close both needles and open each on 1 full turn. This should allow
the engine to start and the final adjustments can be made at that point. If it
still will not start then open each needle 1/8 to 1/4 turn and try again. If
this still does not work then most likely your carburetor needs a good cleaning
and a rebuild kit.
Try this link to find out where the carb adjusment screws are http://wssemw.arinet.com/scripts/EmpartISAPI.dll?MF&app=EWSS&session=401c0624-691d-43f6-9249-845e18527269&cat=3&TF=epcFrame&assem=452&highlightNode=No&selAssem=4447&mdDescrip=PP258TP Pole Pruner.