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When the saw begins to cut it starts to pulse up and down. almost like it is cavitating but the fluid does not get all foamy. Iam looking for some where to start looking for the problem

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Hi,
please describe the problem further...
Are you talking about a gas powered chain saw???
by the fluid... do you mean the gas for the engine???

Having trouble figuring out exactly what your problem is...

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Posted on May 21, 2011

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