Question about Poulan P3314 14" Gas Chain Saw 2.0 Cuin 33CC 2 Cycl
Firstly, the answer re fuel going up the line is YES!
It sounds like a lack of compression. Take out sparkplug and place finger over cavity whilst pulling starter cord. The pressure should be strong enough to push your finger off the hole. If not, then the rings are shot or there is a hole in the top of the piston.
This will cause poor run in the fuel line to the carburetor. so the carbi is possibly empty or not full enough. Check the float level or that the float, actually floats. It sounds that that float is OK as its not flooding, but take a look anyway it may be jammed shut.
Lastly.. check the spark lead where it goes inside the body as this screws onto a screw to make contact with the inside of the leed. Get a new leed as these carbon based leeds fail after a short time anyway.
Presumne you checked it was actually sparking well?
These are the things that commonly affect chain saws and brush cutters
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Check the oil hole filler and see if the oil has fuel in it. This is a good indication of poor rings and holes in psiton
Posted on May 04, 2010
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