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435 will start but only will run for a few seconds. I changed plug, cleaned air filter, and replaced the fuel filter, but it still will only run for a few seconds. I have used this saw for two years and only started doing this this morning. I have always used 100% gasoline in this saw.

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Check your muffler it may need cleaning, or if it has a spark arrester on the muffler that will plug with carbon and do exactly what you describe. If that checks out and you have good compression, check your fuel supply line to the carburetor for cracks or fitting loose. If not that remove carburetor disassemble and clean, replace seals with new ones and try starting. Your problem should be fixed. If not you need a new carburetor.

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