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There is no fixed carburetor setting on these engines, just two screws to adjust low-end and high-end operation. Special tool may be required, there are about a half-dozen screw head standards. Check eBay for tool. Get the engine to run and idle fast (idle adjust) so it doesn't stall, adjust low-end screw so that engine doesn't hesitate or sputter when accelerated. Adjust high-end screw to run fast and smooth on full throtle. Readjust idle to normal.

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When you buy a chainsaw the carburetor is set to run at sealevel basically. The fun thing about chainsaws is you can go to the top of the mountain and cut firewood. There is a lot of difference in elevation so the carburetor settings you use at your house might not run good at the top of the mountain so it is benificial to know how to quick tune your chainsaw.

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You can try to adjust with L screw. When starting a chainsaw it is best to put the screw to 1.5 turns from the end. Then set the idle. There are screw for minimum (the chain must be stationary at a minimum). H screw is for high revs. With H screw you can set the best work of chainsaw at high throttle. If you can not be set, it is necessary to clean the carburetor and check the nozzle membrane of a carburetor.

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