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#4097 - 05/02/03 09:26 AM McCulloch Eager Beaver 3.4ci
law_pointman Offline
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Registered: 05/02/03
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Loc: Hallettsville, Texas, Lavaca
I bought a Mc Culloch Eager Beaver 3.4ci model number 60013416 serial number 11-028159. I am having problems getting it to run (yes it has fuel). I was told that it was near impossible to get mechanical support for these. Is this true
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#4098 - 05/02/03 09:36 AM Re: McCulloch Eager Beaver 3.4ci
Bruce Offline

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Registered: 06/12/99
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Loc: Sydney, NSW, Australia
law_pointman,
I will start you with the basic settings.

Step 1. "L" (Low Screw)bottom this then unscrew 1 and 1/4 turns.

Step 2. "H" (High Screw) bottom then unscrew one turn.

Step 3. Then put in new spark plug.

Step 4. Then Start the saw and if it run's try to accelerate and if it does not move up in speed then open the "L" but 1/8 of a turn at a time till it does.

Step 5. Once you have done that then you adjust the "H" till the machine run's at it's peek and then open up by 1/8 turn.

If you don't get the saw started then post again and I will give you some more things to check.

Regards,
Bruce
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