Bad spark plugs and dirty air filters are some of the factors that can stop your chainsaw from running. A broken fuel line is one of the simple problems. A damaged carburettor is one of the more complex issues.
Why does my chainsaw dies when I give it gas?
If your chainsaw dies when it’s revved up to full power, it means that the filter is partially blocked, which means that the engine won’t be able to run on full power. Too little fuel will not reach the engine for it to run correctly if the filter is not cleaned.
How do you clean a chainsaw fuel filter?
The air filter can be washed in soapy water or brushed with a soft brush. If you want to clean it, don’t use compressed air because it can blow holes in the filters.
How do I know if my clutch is bad on my chainsaw?
Is the engine revved up, or is it just the chain stopping? The clutch can be a problem if the engine is still running and the chain slows down. If the engine doesn’t work then it’s most likely a fuel or carbs problem.
How tight should a chainsaw chain be?
You can’t pull the drive links out of the bar nose of a properly-tensioned chainsaw chain if the chain is loose.