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  • m_mcneley May 11, 2010

    Difficult as it takes two guys to pull it out? Have you tried taking the recoil off of the machine and pulling it? If recoil pulls easy off of machine then try rolling the saw over by hand. If the saw resists rolling over manually then you could possibly have a burnt up engine. Do you have to mix gas for operation?

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Posted by m_mcneley on May 14, 2009
Difficult as it takes two guys to pull it out? Have you tried taking the recoil off of the machine and pulling it? If recoil pulls easy off of machine then try rolling the saw over by hand. If the saw resists rolling over manually then you could possibly have a burnt up engine. Do you have to mix gas for operation

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