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Wat are the settings on the high low screws, poulan chainsaw

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1.5 CCW from lightly seated, then tune for performance not sound. The more CW the leaner, it runs best just before it ceases. Clean air filter, Fresh 50:1 (1 gal premium to 2.6 oz quality 2-cycle oil) mix, at operating temperature. HTH
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