Question about Poulan 14" Chainsaw
I think you mean 120 volts.
Use a heavy guage extension cord and plug it into a GFCI if you have one outside your house. If no GFCI installed on house, buy a portable one at a hardware store.
The amp draw is on the nameplate on the saw. If it reads 10 amps, for example, you'll need a 16 guage extension cord. If it pulls more than 10 amps, you should use a 14 guage extension cord.
More info, let me know.
Posted on Mar 25, 2011
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