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Use two-cycle, air-cooled engine oil in a gas-powered tool that has a two-cycle engine. Poulan Pro sells such oil, but your Poulan Pro tools with two-cycle engines can use a different brand as long as it is an oil made for two-cycle engines. Use fresh oil for the best results. Add the oil to the gasoline at a ratio of 40 parts gasoline to 1 part oil. For example, mix 1 gallon of gas with 3.2 ounces of the oil. The better the gas and oil are mixed, the better the fuel is for your tool's engine. So shake the mixture thoroughly before adding it to your tool's fuel tank.

Poulan Garden | Answered 2 hours ago

Intake .15 mm +- .02 mm
Exhaust .20 mm +-.02 mm
Ignition. coil gap .4 mm (.016" +- .008" )
Spark plug gap .70 - .80 mm
Specifications taken from owners manual.

BE Pressure... | Answered 2 hours ago

Type in where you are and see where is the nearest dealer. In Arizona it is tractor Supply Co.

Garden | Answered 3 hours ago

Check with a spark tester to make sure that there is spark going to the plug. If no spark the kill switch may be grounded killing the spark. Check the plug to see if it is wet. If so then the choke may be stuck or the carb float stuck causing it to flood. Dry the plug and leave the plug out for 1 hour to air out the cylinder chamber.

Garden | Answered 3 hours ago

check youtube for videos. ill bet theres a few at least

Stihl Garden | Answered 9 hours ago

We have a similar problem on a Mitsubishi MM55SR.
We developed a new control set-up

Garden | Answered 17 hours ago


Garden | Answered 18 hours ago

remove the battery and let it dry out for a few days. you might get lucky and itll work again

Garden | Answered Yesterday

It may just be debris between the blades which have now become tight to move, try slackening the blade nuts one turn on each and try running the machine again, a spray of light oil may also help, if this does not work then you will need to open up the gearbox to see what has happened in here, it is a fairly simple system, so it has either broken a tooth off the gear or the bearing has seized.

Garden | Answered Yesterday

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