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Fuel hose from tank, with filter on the end goes to the fuel inlet on the carb, nearest to the pump cover held with a single screw, then a pipe from the other noozel on the carb goes to the shorter connection on the back of the primer, the pipe from the longer connection on the primer goes back to the tank, just remember the primer pulls fuel from the carb, into the bulb, and back to the tank
Posted on Mar 26, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
No drawings or pix, but will try for description--the line from the tank that has the fuel filter is the main fuel source which goes to the upper connection on the carburetor. The lower carburetor connection goes to the intake side of the primer bulb, and the outlet side of the primer goes back into the tank, which has no filter inside the tank. The main problem is determining the correct primer port to connect back to the carburetor. When everything is connected, try priming the carburetor. If fuel fills the bulb, you have everything connected correctly. If nothing happens, try switching the two primer port connections and try to pump fuel again. If still nothing, hook the main supply line from the carburetor over to one of the primer ports and try for fuel again--if still nothing, switch the main supply line to the other primer port and pump again. If still nothing, check for a plugged fuel filter in the tank. If the filter was plugged, then go through the previous procedure again. Make sure to replace the fuel lines with original rubber lines, not plastic. Hope this helps!
Posted on Jul 16, 2010
SOURCE: Woodshark poulan 14" slack chain
make sure the little tooth on the end of the adjuster for the chain is locked into the groove its supposed to go into and tighten it down.
Note: the chain is supposed to get loose on you but not as quickly as it is. maybe after an hour or so of cutting.
and as for it not cutting well, the chain may need sharpened.
if it has been sharpened once by someone than take it to someone esle if it is not satisfactory.
Posted on Jan 11, 2010
Poulan Chainsaws are pretty well all powered by two stroke engines. My best guess is that you have the fuel mixture incorrect (it should be a 1:40 ratio of oil to gas). if the fuel mixture is not the problem then your choke is messed up. If you haven't tried already try and find the sweet spot in the choke where it will run.
Posted on Mar 04, 2011
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