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Carb setting for McCulloch 4600 chain saw
Have a set of really small screwdivers ready. First, make certain the saw hasn't set up a season and gotten all gunked up. If it has, take off the air filter and wash the carb out with carb spray cleaner. You may have to replaces all the fuel lines. Once it has fresh gas in it, and you can smell the fresh gas by pumping the bulb til the shellac smell is gone, take off the air cleaner and fire it up, even if you have to use starter fluid spraying a shot into the carb. (You'll probably need a new plug by now).
When it starts to run, hold it at high throttle and adjust the high speed mixture screw to the right until it smooths out, or if it gets worse, to the left. Once it runs smoothly, keep turning til it begins to stutter, then turn back a half turn.
After you get it to run ok at high speed, you'll need to adjust the low speed until it starts and revs up quickly.
Posted on Jun 02, 2009
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