Question about Stihl Garden
It sounds like a fuel issue. on my Stihl (390 )saw I had that same problem and I found that the fuel line inside the fuel tank was kinked and split and sucking air ( not fuel ). also check to make sure your gas oil mix is correct ( start fresh when in doubt ). it also can be a idle issue ( Fast idle or Slow idle ), but since you just had it serviced - I would look at the fuel line and fuel first. please let me know what you find and if that does or does not solve your problem,, there are a few more things to check. ( also - check to see if the air filter is clean and clear ,, brush it off if dirty ).
Posted on Dec 29, 2010
Also the screen in the muffler can get plugged . Enough air can get out of the cylinder to run at lower rpms but builds a back pressure at high rpms . Remove the exhaust and try running the saw.
Posted on Oct 05, 2014
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