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The chain saw wont turn over i changed oil, put new gas in it, clend the carb , and checked the spark plug. What shouuld i do?

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Check the spark at the plug,the compression and carburation.Check and clean the gas and air filters.Disassembly thr carb and clean it with compressed air.Change the gas from gas tank and start the engine.

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