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It can be a multitude of things. Without knowing what kind of saw it is, I might venture a guess that it might have a buildup of sawdust between the engine case and the fuel tank. This causes it to run MUCH hotter than normal, which causes the gas to get way too hot, making starting very hard. On older Homelite saws, if it isn't kept clean it will acually boil the gas in the fuel tank. Take the starter cover off, and blow it out as good as you can with compressed air, wearing safety glasses.
Posted on Nov 20, 2009
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