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Open the cover over the carburetor/air cleaner and watch the throttle arm on the carburetor while you move the throttle trigger. It should go from idle stop to full stop and return to idle stop when trigger is released. If mechanically ok, then look for a very loose carburetor mounting to the engine or a broken heat insulator block between the carburetor and engine--a bad air leak can cause the engine to race uncontrollably (but will cause other damage if allowed to continue). If the throttle arm is holding open, then take the trigger assembly apart at the handle (make notes as you disassemble to get it back together correctly). Look for sawdust obstructing the trigger. Hope this helps!
Posted on Nov 10, 2010
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