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I bought my husband a 2 pc. chainsaw set. Blue Max 14"-20" It will not stay powered up to make a cut, after it is started. We need to know where to take it for service, or what process is needed for a

It seems to not be set correctly. dies when you move it to attempt to engage it.

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A good idea to take it to home depot. Some of them have stations that work on fixing power tools and other things that break often. As for your problem it seems as if there is some sort of connection problem with the battery. Whenever you move it may jostle the connection enough to cut it off there for turning of the chainsaw. If you can check they battery and see if there are any loose cables that may help and if not take it to home depot.

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