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Remove the spark plug, ignition off, and open the choke and throttle. Turn the saw upside down and pull the starter through vigorously to see if the engine expels any fuel. Replace the plug and see if there is any change. Does the engine have a compression release? If so, it may be plugged with carbon--remove and clean or replace it. Modern saws seem to have more compression than earlier saws. I have a new, small Husky saw that is equally hard to pull and no compression release. The cure is to sell this one and find a saw with a compression release, or one that is otherwise not so hard to pull through. Good luck!
Posted on Jun 05, 2010
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