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What is H and L carb setting for a Poulan P3314

It is a new chain saw just about 2hrs runing time i try to get a better performance by playing with L and H adjustment screw and the idle screw and i lost the initial setting i should lefted has she was at list she was working before. Now i need to know the initial setting for the L and H and the idle adjustement scew

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The "L" is your idle setting and the "H" is the wide open fuel setting. After the engine starts and runs a minute adjust the "L" to the smoothest run setting the go full throttle and adjust the "H" the same way.

Hope this helps.

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I would try Poulanpro.com and look at their user manuals for the adjustment. They are different on most saws. Hope this helps

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You need to pretension it. Remove the pull handle, rotate the spool about 2 revolutions against the spring, rethread the cord and reinstall the handle.
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Go to Poulanpro.com and look at a parts explosion and they also have a toll free number that might help. let me know if not and I will research more.

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