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The consaw has the usual 3 screws but not sure which is which or which way is up or down and the correct manner for DIY adjustment, (have no tachometer / strobe thing), its an older saw i just got with an oval air filter on top.
Its not idling correctly yet
Older partner saws have a high,low and idle screws.the high and low are side by side.the bigger screw below them is the idle screw.first take the high and low screws and run them in clock ways.don't tighten them,just snug.now back them out one 1 turn each.then start saw. let saw come down to idle.if saw does not idle turn the ilde screw in until it does.now throttle saw up to full throttle and turn the high side screw in just a touch 1/8 turn,no more.let saw come back to idle and back the idle screw out until the blade stops. all done now. hope this helps,let me know
Posted on Jun 01, 2009
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