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The problem with any 2 stroke engine, if left for a period of time without being run and gas left in tank will cause the diaphram to dry up thus causing poor atomization in turn will cause low RPM and very hard to set.
Every time one uses such tools, and know that it will be left for a period of time without being use. One should empty any gas left in tank, then stat the motor and let it turn until all gas in caburator has been used.
I'm pretty sure this is the cause of your problems, had it happen to me before.
Easy fix is to get a new diaphram install in caburator. This should solve your problem.
Posted on Apr 22, 2010
Check the muffler for plugging. Clean or replace the air cleaner. Check the spark plug condition. Preset both H and L jet screws 1-1/2 turns back from CW stops. The saw will run with these basic settings. Warm the engine up and pull the throttle full on. Adjust H for high speed, but 4-stroking. It should smooth out immediately when cutting. Release the throttle and adjust L for smooth idle, but rich enough to allow the engine to follow the throttle. Adjust idle speed screw so that the chain just stops turning. Make sure the chain is being oiled and not too tight.
Posted on Sep 12, 2009
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