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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..
sounds like a rich mixture stihl and huskvarna oil has the same makeup dealers have test tubes for warranty service that tells them what oil was used and will not warranty if wrong oil is used with the proper oil your saw will last for a long time cheap oil does not have the additives needed too keep rings free and inhibit carbon buidlup
i roadworks63. Pull off the right side cover to expose the recoil, remove the rest of the rope. Now rewindthe pully c.c.wise until it stops then release it just enoughto align the rope holes,use a C clamp to hold the pully from unwinding. Insert the rope enough to tie a knotHeat the knot to make it hard,now slowly let the pully re..turn or unwind tieon the handle. You are home free.