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Most chain saws have a simple adjusting screw that is tapered on the end to a point. The throttle plate actuator arm rests against the taper. A clockwise rotation of the adjustment causes the arm to slide slightly further up the inclined point, opening the throttle plate a tiny bit which results in a slightly higher idle.
Idle speed is entirely different than the low speed adjustment.
Posted on Feb 19, 2015
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