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Carburator removal I cant figure out how to remove the carb from the saw. can you help?

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SOURCE: need to change carburator how do I get it out?

depends on make and model of saw but the saws i use all you do is remove top cover to get to spark plug and the carbs rite there and easy to get to. what make and model is it and ill give you more detailed answer

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Many saws today have a alluminium key moulded into the flywheel, if the key has sheared the timing will be out and it will never start, remove the flywheel and check the key.

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