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Why is my Gas Chainsaw faulty?

This might be because you have a: - Gas Chainsaw that has a Carburetor that is dirty - Gas Chainsaw that has a Engine that is needing tune up - Gas Chainsaw that has a Fuel Line that is cracked - Gas Chainsaw that has a Ga that is bad - Gas Chainsaw that has a Gasoline that is stale - Gas Chainsaw that has a Piston Ring that is worn - Gas Chainsaw that has a Spark Plug that is damaged - Gas Chainsaw that is not starting - Gas Chainsaw that is running rough - Washer that has a Drain Pump that is having debris inside - Washer that has a Drive Block that is worn - Washer that has a Shock Absorber that is broken - Washer that has a Spanner Nut that is loose - Washer that has a Suspension Spring that is broken - Washer that has a Unbalanced Load

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