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Kenh

Good luck....... I turn wrenches for a dealer and I have problems getting tools like that. The EPA has locked down purchases of tools that can affect "emissions" Our government at work...........

Ken

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powerking_one

Rob,

If you are not in the volume repair business for these trimmers/saws, then you might consider removing the carb, then slot the ends of the adjustment screws with a thin abrasive Dremel cut-off disk so a good old flat blade screwdriver will to the trick.

Tom (PK)

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