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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
the carbuator has two 2 adjusting screws on it.one is high side and the other is low side.start by turnig them both in until they touch bottom.now turn them both out 1 1/2 turns.this should start and run saw.throttle saw up to full throttle and adjust high side in until you get the best RPM out of saw.do not adjust high side any less then 7/8 turn out from bottom.if you do you will burn saw up from to lean burn.once the high sie is set now adjust low side until the saw will idle by it's self.let me know if this helped you.......
Posted on Jun 01, 2009
Posted on Apr 16, 2010
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The idle adjustment screw will probably have a spring on that screw and will push directly on the throttle linkage. You just adjust this screw until the engine idles like you want it to. I believe on saws, they have to idle to where the clutch will not engauge when the engine is at idle. As for the mixture screws the low speed screw (L) you adjust when the engine is at idle, the high speed screw (H) you adjust while the engine is running with a good bit of throttle. Once you get the idle speed where you like it, then all you have to worry about is the mixture screws. When adjusting the screws, just listen to the engine, to much one way and the engine will run rough and sputter, to much the other way the engine will run rough and maybe start hunting (reving up and down). One thing to check on these small 2-strokes is that the air filter and the muffler are not clogged cause if they are, then you would be having to adjust the carburetor to make up for the air restrictions that these two problems can cause which would mean that the carburetor isn't actually adjusted perfectly.
Posted on Oct 24, 2011
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