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Carb flames are causes by a couple of things. Most often the engine is advanced to far or you have a carb leak interally that puts to much fuel in the engine.

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- Flame out of the carb is usually not visible. Are you running this with the air filter removed? Considering the dust associated with chain saw operation, that's not a good idea.
- No compression is usually an indication that the saw has overheated and the rings have failed or the piston is damaged.

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