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Partner cement saw. Did not put correct gas/oil mix in. Now won't start. Any suggestions?

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Not good...Pull the muffler and check the cylinder and piston condition. Hopefully it is just a struck ring but most times it is usually worse and which would require a cylinder, piston and ring(s) replacement.

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SOURCE: correct mix of gas and oil for Chain Saw

The ratio is 40:1, provided this is a gasoline homelite chainsaw. Find the suitable amount to put into the gas can at a ratio of 3.2 oz per gallon. The bottles that you buy the oil in have marks on them telling you how much there is, and often times, are sized to dump into a preset amount of gas. Put the oil in the can, then put the gas in the can, cap, and shake. Always shake before dispensing.

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SOURCE: What is the correct oil gas mix for an older

If orange (FarmSaw) 24:1
http://www.acresinternet.com/cscc.nsf/ed1d619968136da688256af40002b8f7/373683b7e144c81188256b00001f8ba0?OpenDocument
If yellow (FarmSaw II) 40:1
http://www.acresinternet.com/cscc.nsf/ed1d619968136da688256af40002b8f7/c277be66a123264788256b000020229f?OpenDocument
I run my orange FarmSaw on 50:1 and have for some time without a problem. 50:1
1 gallon of premium fuel to 2.6 ounces of quality 2-cycle oil.
4 liters of premium fuel to 80 milliliters of quality 2-cycle oil.

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SOURCE: Poulan Pro - won't start after quitting

Hi, unfortunatley you have partially siezed the chainsaw. You will still feel some compression with your thumb but the rings will be siezed in the piston. Hence no fuel transfer to the sparkplug. Sorry Phil.

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