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Have a poulan chainsaw that won't idle/stay running and bogs down when you press the trigger control. Do you need a certain wrench to adjust carb??

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No carb ajustment is done with a flat head screwdriver, first i would remove the card, disassemble it and blast it with compressed air because its probably just clogged up with varnish. to ajust the high low and idle screws bottom both out ( turn in all the way) then unscrew each one turn. from there start the saw and loosen in 1/4 turn at a time until it runs well

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