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Start with basic things first, drain the fuel tank and re fill with fresh fuel, remove the spark plug, is it soaked with fuel? if so dry it , put the ignition unit to off, with the plug still out crank the engine a number of times to remove any excess fuel in the bore, check there is a spark at the plug, if yes leave the saw to dry out for a couple of hours, refit the plug and try again, remember to switch the ignition on
Posted on Apr 05, 2011
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