Question about Poulan Pro Chain Saw 46cc 20"
As far as gas in the oil I presume you are talking about bar oil. I wouldn't worry to much about that. Empty out all you can and refill with bar oil. With oil in the gas I would drain all I could out of fuel tank,then remove sparkplug and pull srarter rope several times. With plug still out i would pour 1-2 ounces of of gas into plug opening and let it set for a few mins.,then dump out remainging fuel. Once again I would pull starter rope several times. Reinstall plug and refill gas tank with proper fuel oil mix. Try to start. If you're lucky you can get it to fire and burn off excess oil in afew pulls. If you can get it started I would run for just a couple of mins,then shut off and drain gas again. Hope this helps. Thanks.
Posted on Nov 13, 2010
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