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I have a cub cadet commercial chainsaw that seems to be flooding out when I give it gas. The saw was running fine and just started running rough. Does anyone have a helpful solution to this problem? I already put a new spark plug in it. Thanks

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2 possable solutions one some of the carb adjustment screws on those start to shimy easy fix but the there is only one tool for those carbs it's 10-12 dollars a peice or 2 you have a slight crack in the intake line allowing extra fuel into the carb chamber. i'd check the carb adjustment though my two ran fantastic at factory setting till after about 50 hours then they liked to run with a little more air.

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Have you cleaned the air filter on it also?

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