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I assume you are referring to a pullen pro chain saw. If so, the cable that links from the trigger to the carburetor is stuck. This can happen due to trash and dirt stuck in the trigger area, or the carburetor needs cleaning. Or the cable or wire to the carburetor is bent. See if the connection between the trigger and carb moves freely when not running.
the throttle cable DOES NOT attach to the carb on that engine. It attaches to the control panel underneath the carb. you have linkage rods that connect and they either have clips or you need to pull the carb mounting studs
Sounds like the throttle cable is sticking or the carburetor butterfly is sticking.
Squirt some WD-40 into the cable that attaches to the throttle handle and onto the mechanism the cable hooks to at the carburetor. Carefully actuate the throttle and see if the mechanism is moving smoothly. It may need several squirts and some actuation before it become free.
have tried lubricating the throttle cable and twist grip mecanism , is the cable routed correctly and no kinks in it ? where the carb fits to the engine check the rubber mount has no cracks or holes as it will draw more air than needed !
the gas pedal is connected by a cable that goes to the throttle body or carburetor on the engine. there should be a nut that holds the cable end in place where the steel cable comes out of the housing near the throttle body. it sounds like this may be loose or stripped out. you may need to replace the entire throttle cable.
There is a throttle cable run from the throtle control lever on the dash down to the carburetor. There is a lever on the carburetor -- usually this has a hole in it where the end of the throttle cable hooks.
There should be a clamp in that vicinity to hold down the throttle cable housing to allow the cable inside to move back and forth without moving the cable housing,