Yes. The first thing you should do is take out the spark plug. When you’re doing this make sure the spark plug hole is not facing you because fuel can squirt out, and you do not want that all over you. You should then deactivate the choke and press the throttle control in while pulling the starting cord around 6-8 times. Dry the spark plug, put it back on and start your saw like normal. If this does not work you should bring it to your local service dealer.
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