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Starts for a few seconds, then quits

I have completely disassembled the saw, cleaned everything and reassembled and am experiencing the same issue. I am thinking nw that is could be a bad ignition coil. I gapped the coil from the magneto at .008'' (also tried .005 and .010 and got same results).

The exact symptom is that I can choke it, it starts for a second, then quits, which is normal. I then unchoke it, and is start high idle for 2-3 seconds then shuts off, which is not normal, it usually stays running after the second pull on unchoke position.

I have tested the coil and it is showing 6.77 kilo-ohms from base to cap.

Any thoughts? I have similar problem but I can see the fuel line has a crack in it were it is visible between the tank and engine cover. My question is how the heck do you disassemble and get to the fuel line?
thank you.

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You will have to remove the air breather and carburetor to make the job easier. You will then be able to access the fuel lines easier. You may also need to take the gas tank off. While you have the carburetor off, it might be a good idea to clean it as well. Use a Den Tek Brush, (used for cleaning teeth), for small ports in carb. And depending on how old your chainsaw is and how much it is used, you may want to go ahead and get a carburetor kit and replace the needle valve, small screen, and appropriate gaskets. Sounds like it might just be your fuel lines though.

Jim

Posted on May 29, 2009

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