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The gasoline saw extinguishes after adding gas

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  • #1
    Dawid222a
    Level 5  
    Hello. I have a problem about it. The saw will fire, but if I add gas, it goes out. I cleaned the carburettor and even the suppressor. What could be the reason for this? Can anyone help?
  • #2
    Sniezynka
    Level 32  
    Hello,
    If the saw goes out, the candle is wet or dry, working normally at idle?
  • #3
    piotr89699
    Level 7  
    I would recommend to clean the exhaust system and in particular the suppressor
  • #4
    Sniezynka
    Level 32  
    After all, the author clearly wrote that he cleaned the exhaust system (silencer)
  • #5
    Dawid222a
    Level 5  
    Well, just how I start it starts to walk at high speed and then it gives gas that goes out
  • #6
    Sniezynka
    Level 32  
    So the problem with fuel, the hoses whole adjustment screws L 1 and 1/4 turn; H 1 and 3/8 set?
  • #7
    Dawid222a
    Level 5  
    I just do not know too much because I do not know so much pi? Drach: /
  • #8
    Sniezynka
    Level 32  
    Do you have instructions for sawing?
  • #9
    Dawid222a
    Level 5  
    Not just because I mislead because I'm in the middle of moving
  • #11
    Staszek49
    Level 35  
    You did not answer whether the candle is dry or wet after the engine is "going out". In my opinion, a carburetor for inspection (removal of impurities) and regulation. Also check the purity of the dragon filter in the fuel tank.
  • #12
    Dawid222a
    Level 5  
    This is the Harder PN 5200 saw. The candle is wet. So what do I have to do ?? clean the gas stove? or maybe someone would do this to me, that I would pay for checking and doing it
  • #13
    Sniezynka
    Level 32  
    First, replace the spark plug, tighten the carburettor to the cylinder (if the gaskets are full), adjust the adjustment bolts according to the instructions.
  • #14
    hacc18
    Level 8  
    Hello!
    Did you make this saw?

    Added after 54 [seconds]:

    I wonder what the reason was
  • #15
    morling1
    Level 12  
    I have exactly the same problem with an identical saw, after adding gas it immediately weakens to zero. The saw is not contaminated because it did not work excessively and occasionally and was cleaned. I did not clean once and then there were oily trash which I removed a few days later. I would bet that something will happen with the clutch, but I don't know how to go about it. I am looking for solutions ready on the forum in people who had the same problem.