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As a general rule...there are 2 setting screws...one labeled "L" and one labeled "H"...first off, you want to turn the "L" screw clockwise in all the way just until it stops(be gentle, as this is a needle valve and you can damage the needle if you use too much force). Next, you turn the screw counterclockwise out 1 1/2 turns as a starting point....start the engine and adjust the "L" screw just until it starts to sputter and then back off the screw until you get a smooth idle...next, you want to give the saw full throttle...you should have a smooth transition to high speed...if not then you will need to adjust the "H" screw in and out until you obtain a good slow to fast response...you may have to do this several times in order to obtain the best results
Posted on May 19, 2011
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