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My electric mculloch chain saw will not start

It is plug in to the electicral connection

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Most motors of this type are universal type construction meaning that they have brushes and commutators. Stuck brushes or worn-out brushes cause this problem. Vibration can break wiring connections inside the case. Could be a bad on-off switch. Can you move the chain by hand?

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