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First Check the Air FIlter.. since the plug is wet it probably is getting fuel.. so check the air filter first...

Lastly.. even if the plug is wet.. you may want to check the fuel pump diaphram.. fuel hose and finally pull the bowl off the carb.. or remove the carb and throughly clean it... even a little debris can cause problems.. but your description sounds a lot like a clogged air filter.

Fuel air mix - spark.. you checked one.. I suspect it's a bad mix.. lack of air. Also check the choke mechanism.. there is a lot of vibration needless to say.. if that came lose.. it may swing or fall into the closed position.. and choke off the air.. .

Best of luck

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First of all make sure the air filter is clean. Next I would dunp the gas out of the saw and put fresh gasoline oil mixture back in the fuel tank. Maybe a little condensation water got in the fuel you had in the tank.

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