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A non-starting situation would rarely be any of the screws (or jets). Look more closely to:
1. Fuel line's broken or badly deteriorated (even within the fuel tank)
2. Spark plug fouled,
3. Muffler clogged with insect homes or carbon build up,
4. Gasoline that is older than 6 months,
5. Carburetor diaphragms, gasket and needle

Visually check #1, 2 and 3 above, first.
Change fuel and retry.

If still no start: Insure you are getting a spark at the spark plug by grounding it the best you can to a metal surface and pulling over in a dim light. If spark, repost you issue indicating what you have done to date.

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SOURCE: ryobi bc30 idle and run probloms

mmarote, this is what I did to solve that problem....remove carb...take a hacksaw or dremel tool and cut or grind slots straight across the centers of both screws deep enough to get a thin bladed screwdriver in the slots....turn to adjust....et voila....

Posted on Jul 03, 2010

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Assuming the saw will start and run enough to warm up, then
adjust the Lo screw in, clockwise, until the motor starts to slow down,
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Ryobi bc30 idle and run probloms; plastic ends on ajustment screws on carb keep you from ajusting carb. how can you ajust. can start with chock but will not run with chock off.


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