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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Remove your flywheel cover then unhook the small wire from the magnito (coil). Tuck this wire out of the way. Reinstall your cover than start the saw. If your spark remains constant you have a short in the kill circuit or something is bent or misaligned between the off switch and the kill wire. If you still get intermittent spark, your magnito is going bad.
Posted on Mar 31, 2009
I've been messin with my poulan 2150 that was doing the same thing. Good, fresh gas, good spark,etc. I noticed whenever I loosened the fuel cap it would literally spray gas out! alas, I removed the muiffler assy and the darn thing fired up the first pull! I've got the muffler parts soaking in gas right now and I'm sure this the problem. It just makes sense especially if you use the same 'mixed fuel' can for weed eater, blower,etc. Check your's out, it could very well be your problem too! GOOD LUCK
Posted on Apr 29, 2009
You need to play about with the timing adjustment.
You can adjust the timing by two different methods.
The first is to adjust the space on the spark plug.
The other is to adjust the gap between the contact, and the coil/magneto.
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Posted on Aug 01, 2009
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