Question about Earthquake Gas Chainsaw, 14 inch CS3814 38cc
Hey on the carburetor there is 2 mixture screws 1 is for idle up to 1/4 throttle the other is for 1/4 to full throttle the one for idle is closest to the engine. screw it all the way in then unwind it 1 turn. The screw the furthest from the engine screw it all the way in then unscrew it 1 1/4 turns Try to start the saw with just a little throttle. this setting is pretty standard. When you get it to idle then rev the saw and it cuts out as it returns to idle it's running to rich. Just adjust the screw in a little say 1/8 at a time. When it's to lean as soon as you throttle on it will stall. If you have no luck with this...you have a air leak from the carby gasket or the bolts are loose or a blocked exhaust
Posted on Oct 16, 2013
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