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Generic problem for all Chain Saws not pull fuel. I do not agree, all chain saws do not have the same problem. Chain saws are like any gas driven tool. If you allow the fuel to sit in the carb. for any length of time, the fuel will turn and clug the jets. The best thing to do with a chain saw after using it, is to run the saw out of fuel, this will remove all fuel left in the carb and tank. If you feel brave, and you have a compressor handy, you can carefully remove the lines and in some cases the bowl and blow them out. Gaskets are hard to get unless you have a mower or small engine repair shop close. Hope this has helped you. Try it, it may work..!! John Ray
Posted on Jun 29, 2009
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