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Chainsaw idles but bogs out and dies when given full throttle.

Chainsaw idles but bogs out and dies when given fuel

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    engine bogs down when throttle is open

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First thing,
Check the air filter, once checked, & clean/replaced,
Adjust timing.
This is a very easy job to undertake on small petrol engines.
1: adjust the gap between the contact & the magneto,
2:Or adjust the space on the tip of the plug.
So simple.
Fixed'Ya!
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Posted on Jul 29, 2009

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