A few weeks ago, there was a mini-gtg at WeldrDave's property in NH. https://firewoodhoardersclub.com/fo...g-to-winchester-the-16th-till-the-22nd.14604/ Winchester 7/18/20 When there, I was having an issue with starting my Husky 445. M2theB, AKA " The Saw Whisperer", used his Jedi mind tricks on the 445 and it started right up, without doing anything more. As it ran for a bit, he commented that it looked like the idle could be brought up a bit. Duly noted. Later that day, I took out my old Husky 40, and used it cutting up wood. As one point, I noticed that it would stall out, when it should be idling. Duly Noted. A few days ago, I refreshed my memory on the idle screw, location, directions to turns...etc. I took out the 40 and brought the idle up. No big deal. Happy Mike! I then took out the 445. Turned the idle screw, as I read about online. Couldn't get it to start. I put the idle screw back to where I think it was before messing with it. No dice. I had some other things to deal with, so I didn't deal with the saw. Frustrated Mike I took it out again yesterday. It coughed, but wouldn't run. I took out a picture of M2theB and threatened the saw. No dice. I removed the spark plug. Why? Because that's what you're supposed to do, right? Sprayed a bit of starting fluid in, replaced plug. Pumped the primer. It coughed, but no start. I took the plug out again and left it out overnight. Grumpy Mike. I re-researched the idle adjustment, specific to the 445 model, to see if it differed from the generic Husky article I read. And it was bit different. It mentioned "put gas in it". ~blush~ Out I go and the first thing I do is open the gas cover. Empty. ~double blush~ Gas in - started right up. Adjusted the idle.. Stopped it.. Started it. Happy Mike! Now.. understand that my working career of 45+ years was in Corporate IT, providing support in various computer-related activities. I can't tell you how many times on a support call, did I ask "It is plugged in?". As soon as I say the empty gas tank, I said to myself "Is it plugged in, you arse". So, always make sure stuff is actually ready to go - plugged in and gassed up! Humbled Mike.