Homelite Chainsaw Won't Start?

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If the Homelite chainsaw won't start there is a problem. Check the power outlet if it plugged in. You should also ensure that it has oil in the reservoir.
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1. Open the oil reservoir cap on top of the chainsaw. Fill the oil reservoir with chain saw lubricant. 2. Plug the male end of the extension cord into a power outlet. Locate the two
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Make sure you have blue, snappy spark at the plug (set at 0.020"). If ok, put some fuel mix in the plug hole and try to start--it should pop several times. If pops, then check
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Hate to say my friend it could be the motor is seized. Did you allways remember to put oil in the gas? Its hard to say with out seeing it. But thats my guess.
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It might be old fuel or residue clogging the filter or the carburettor. To remedy this, fill the tank with fresh fuel. Excess soot on the spark plug can prevent the spark from sparking
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