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That should be a 50:1 gas to oil ratio. Just make should the measurements are concise, and that your fuel mixture is well mixed. If anything you,d prefer to err on the side of a little tto much oil rather than not enough.
If it is brand new, I'd suggest runninit at about half speed for a minute or three, then moving on up to about 3/4 for another minute.
When you go to cut, rev the engine up to a fairly high speed before putting the saw to the wood. In most cases, you want to let the weight of the saw do most of the cutting, versus bearing down on the sae. Yhat puts undue strain on it, sepecially for a used saw. Try not to allow the saw to "bog" down, so the engine speed drops considerably while cutting.
Posted on May 17, 2009
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