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My uncle give me this poulan 306 A chain saw. He cleaned the carb. and got the high and low adjustment screws off. I wan't to get a good starting point for them. I am going to half to screw them both all the way in. I don't know how many turns to bring them back out.

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Bring them both out between 3/4 and 1 1/2 and you should be able to start.

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