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May 1, 2011 - Uploaded by donyboy73
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I've added the breakdown manual for you, have you replaced the fuel and air filters. could be a simple issue of not being able to draw up the fuel from the tank. Stone saws deal with a lot of dust and this seriously effects their running and also their cooling capabilities.
Place cutoff saw on floor (flat clear surface). Hold throttle in, while pushing on switch all the way down. Hold cutoff saw firmly. Pull starter handle until saw fires, it should then cut out. Click the starter switch up 1 click to half choke. Pull starter handle again until cutoff saw fires up. note: it will be reving because the trigger is loched on, (blip the throttle once) and it should go to tick over.
There should be np need to keep playing with the choke when the saw is warm. No need to lock the trigger when starting warm..