Question about Poulan Wild Thing 2375 18" Gas Chain Saw 2.5 Cuin

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Saw a ''Wild THing'' starts but as soon as you attemo to cut even small branches it stops immediately. It will restart but same problem continues Carb jets appear clean and clean fuel is used. I also want to know the nearest Repair service covering the area code 01826

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Check the screen inside the carb directly under the inlet neelde. These commonly swell and restrict fuel flow. If you cant see light thru it you arent getting adequate fuel flow. Also check fuel hoses for tiny pin-hole leaks at the points where the hose makes a bend or turn. Adjusting the fuel/air mixture screws may not be possible on newer machines, but if yours are, richen them SLIGHTLY and check for better throttle response.

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Service locator for your saw can be found here:
http://www.poulanpro.com/node4042.aspx
HTH
Lou

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