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Poulan 2150LE. Need throttle setting

Need factory screw setting. I cant start the saw and my ajustment is way out. Thx

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Hi there, there is no factory setting or mark. Just adjust it the screw yourself and stop when idling already. Here is how..

Idle Speed--T
Allow engine to idle. If the chain moves, idle is too fast. If the engine stalls, idle is too slow. Adjust speed until engine runs without chain movement (idle too fast) or stalling (idle too slow). The idle speed screw is located in the area above the primer bulb and is labeled T.
- Turn idle screw (T) clockwise to increase engine speed.
- Turn idle screw (T) counterclockwise

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  • jeep brainy Jul 20, 2009

    Hi there, there is no factory setting or mark. Just adjust it the screw yourself and stop when idling already. Here is how..

    Idle Speed--T
    Allow engine to idle. If the chain moves, idle is too fast. If the engine stalls, idle is too slow. Adjust speed until engine runs without chain movement (idle too fast) or stalling (idle too slow). The idle speed screw is located in the area above the primer bulb and is labeled T.
    - Turn idle screw (T) clockwise to increase engine speed.
    - Turn idle screw (T) counterclockwise to decrease engine speed

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Carb ajustment


Only Info I see is "Homelite Chain Saws" - not much to go on.
Most saws have two carb adjustment screws, Hi, and Lo.
Assuming the saw will start and run enough to warm up, then
adjust the Lo screw in, clockwise, until the motor starts to slow down,
turn only about 1/8 turn at a time. From the point where it starts to slow down, turn it out about 1/4 turn. This should give you a decent idle. Now pull the throttle, and see what happens.
A - Saw runs up to speed, but dies off, or starts to slow on it's own.
turn Hi idle screw out about 1/4 turn.
B - Saw speeds up, but runs sluggish, fat - not real hi end.
Turn Hi screw IN, about 1/8 or so, and try again, or adjust
while running at full throttle. (best way)
IF it won't run well, try turning both screws all the way in to seat them, then come back out about 1-1/2 to 2 turns. this should get you in the ballpark to set things up as above.

Once the saw is running well, adjust the idle screw to a smooth idle but slow enough that the chain stops moving.

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Hi, I just cleaned my Poulan Pro. Changed out the gas, opened the carb and flushed it out with fresh gas, cleaned the fuel lines, the spark plug and air filter. I didn't replace the fuel filter though. ...


The fuel pick up or filter should be changed every year but if your saw will start and run good but just not idle then adjust the screw marked T counterclockwise slowly until chain starts to rotate without you depressing the throttle.At that point back it off about 1/16 of a turn until saw will idle but chain doesn't move.Thank you. P.S. If you want to you can go back to factory setting by turning H & L fully closed then open 1 to 1 1/4 turn and very slowly adjust for smoothest operation. Do not adjust H anymore then minimum off factory to avoid engine damage.
If you need further help I would suggest you have a trained tech.service it. Good luck.

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Make sure the air cleaner is not plugged. Turn both jet screws CW to stops (lightly), then back each out 1-1/2 turns CCW. This is a basic setting and should allow the engine to start and run. When the engine is warmed up, pull the throttle full on and adjust H jet needle CW until the engine starts to speed up, but still 4-stroking. Correct adjustment is when the engine 4-strokes running free, but immediately 2-strokes when cutting. Release the throttle and allow to idle. Turn the L jet needle CW until the engine idles fairly well, but the engine should 'follow the throttle'. It will tend to 'gasp' when pulling the throttle if you have gone too far. Idle speed screw should be set so that the chain doesn't try to turn, but the engine continues to idle. Hope this helps!

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Hi, on a poulan Titanium chain saw, what is the carb ajustment? Thanks Douglas Neil


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