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7.5 oz of oil in 1 gallon of gas.

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What is the ratio of gas to oil for a 35cc engine


Mix 3.2 ounces of Poulan 2-cycle air cooled engine oil to one gallon of fresh unleaded gasoline to obtain the recommended 40:1 fuel to oil ratio.
Over a period of time oil will separate from gasoline. To properly insure oil and gas mixture, I recommend thoroughly shaking your oil and gas mixture before refueling your unit.
If the saw is to be stored for longer than 30 days - drain the fuel tank, re-tighten the gas cap, and start the unit and let it run until it stops.

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If you are looking for the gas/oil ratio, McCulloch recommends 50/1 gas/2cycle oil mixture.

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Poulan chainsaw 35cc wont start. finish over hauling. new piston and compression ring. and already clean carb. it wont just start.


are you sure you have spark? check that first then check that the mixture screws are set right. you say the carb is cleaned. did you put a kit in it or just take it apart and clean it reusing the old diaphragm?

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Homelite 35cc won't start after 10 minutes use


it could be needing fuel, or the spark plug needs replaced . or carb needs cleaned out , theres lots of different things that can cause it which makes maybe a simple problem hard to answer without more details. sorry

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I have a Mcculloch 16in maccat 35cc chain saw


Does the chain turn freely by hand? Is it being oiled properly? Check the fuel filter, air cleaner, and muffler for plugging. Does 'feathering' the choke make any difference? If it helps, try turning the H jet needle CCW about 1/4 turn which should make it run more rich and 4-stroke until you are cutting which should immediately cause the engine to 2-stroke. Hope some of this helps!

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Homelite 10540 chainsaw 35CC chainsaw won't start when hot


Go to: http://www.drystacked com for a 12 page article on Walbro carburetor theory and troubleshooting. Check particularly, the position of the gasket in the lower chamber. Check the spark plug for blue, snappy spark when the engine is hot. If ok, place a small amount of fuel mix in the cylinder and try for start. If it pops several times, look to the fuel system. Check the fuel filter, air filter, and muffler for plugging. Does the primer bulb fill with fuel after several pumps? Check the fuel lines for decay or other damage. When the engine is hot, try not using the choke, but set the fast idle. Hope some of this helps!

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I have a Pouland-Pro chainsaw, with a 35cc engine and a 16'' bar. The saw will start and run at idle, but as soon as I give it any throttle it dies. The plug is new and the gas mixture is fresh and mixed...


I would do 2 things. First I would turn both the H and L carb adjustment screws all the way in, do this gently so you don't bend them and then turn them both out 1 1/2 turns. The second thing is to make ure your air filter is clean of all sawdust. This should get it running better. hope this helps you...

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Trying to get McCulloch MS354 35cc chainsaw started


Stiff usually means good compression. So, pump the fuel bulb, put your foot on the flat in the handle, lock the throttle open using the button on top, set choke all the way out and pull. It should kick after a few pulls. Then close choke half way, and pull until it starts, then push choke all in. If it doesn't start, disconnect spark plug and take it out. Have someone watch while the sparkplug is held against metal engine to see if there is a good spark at the plug. If not maybe needs new coil. look at plug to see if it is wet, ie, gas is getting to it to isolate problem to carburetor.

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