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This is a pro model saw used by professionals to earn a living and is not intended for homeowners. Spark arrestor screens are installed in the mufflers of virtually all 2-cycle equipment to stop sparks from flying out of the muffler and catching the forest on fire. They do a great job of this, but are prone to carbon buildup from a collection of these hot embers clumping together and blocking the port so a lack of power or even a no-start situation is observed. You can remove these, but it is not recommended as you will possibly light the forest on fire. You can remove the screen and hold it with needle nose pliers while you cook it to red hot with a torch and the carbon will simply fall off. Immediately dip the cherry red screen in a small cup of motor oil to temper it, then clean it once cool with wd-40 and re-install it. It sounds however that someone removed it completely.
Posted on Nov 23, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If it stumbles at full throttle, the fast (high) idle screw is set too rich. Using your owner's manual, locate the high idle adjustment and back it off in very very small increments. Do this until the saw will run wide open without stumbling.
Posted on Jun 13, 2010
The normal reason for a saw to cut to the left, or right is because the cutters have been sharpened more on side than the other, they are now longer on one side, this then sends the cut off to that side. Measure the cutter lenghts, take the correct file and shorten the longer cutters
Posted on Mar 06, 2011
Testimonial: "Thank you it was a new chain sharpened once"
It sounds like your chain is just dull.Or might not be sharpened right.This usually happens when the chain is getting dull.
Posted on Mar 09, 2011
Testimonial: "I think you may be correct, although the bar and chain are new it appears that one side of the chain has been sharpened at adifferent angle. Regards "
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