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I have just bought a petrol chainsaw from ryobi but I can't make the engine start with the rip chord. I have followed the instructions but no luck. The engine does not even turn over.

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Check to see if the brake is on. the large handle in front. move it. its a safety device that stops the saw if it kicks back on you.

Posted on May 29, 2011

  • mike42353 May 29, 2011

    your brake may not look like a handle. it may look more like a hand shield. in any case it is the most forward device. it will move back and forward.

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