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Gas adjusted wrong

Where can I buy the special wrench or scewdriver needed to adjust the gas flow. The saw has been adjusted by local service tech and he apparently doesn't know how to adjust it. If there is a special tool for the idle where can i get that and how much will these tools by including shipping and handling.

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Most chainsaws are built so all the adjustments are easy and basic. A standard flat blade screwdriver should be all you need to address most carb problems. Your problem is more likely the fuel mixture, the ratio between gas and oil. Check your owner's manual and replace your fuel with the proper mix..

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