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  • robertcalvil Nov 19, 2009

    I'm trying to figure out how to hold the throttle advance while I pull the starting rope. It won't stay, and there doesn't seem to get enough gas going to the engine to let it start. All of the rest of it is working fine.

  • robertcalvil Nov 19, 2009

    It is a MAC 3216 32CC.

  • Garry Clelland May 11, 2010

    make and model please

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Every saw I own (7, including 2 Macs) is different than the next. Consult the Operator's Manual under starting.
McCulloch Manuals
Illustrated Parts Lists: (IPLs) are fairly simple. On the underside of McCulloch saws is a black and yellow tag; the upper number (“Power Mac 320” 600021H) is the model, below it a serial number (11-18555). These 2 numbers are combined to create an IPL number (“Power Mac 320” IPL number = 11-600021H). The IPL number can be used to find the correct IPL for every McCulloch parts supplier I’ve found. If the parts supplier only list part numbers the proper IPL is the source for the part number.
Operator’s Manuals: are much more difficult. I’ve dialed this number many times (Contact Us - All McCulloch Products 1 (800) 521-8559) and have yet to get a satisfactory response. Please try this! If enough of us try they will fix it! If unsuccessful with McCulloch try here:
Beg for manuals thread (ArboristSite - free to join). Please use the search function first, it has probably been asked and answered.
http://www.arboristsite.com/showthread.php?t=72322 HTH
Lou

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