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Hi there, I'm wondering if some one could help me. is their an adjuster for the chainsaw speed on my mastersplit wp36? Mine seems to be turning slower than it usualy did there for slow at cutting 

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How's the oil temp?
Saw going slow is normally a sign that the splitting ram is not triggering the valve to stop flow going to it.  sign of this is that you'll  be able to hear the pump labouring a little when the ram returns and before you pull the lever to saw. Oil temp will rise quickly and there's a good chance it will go black if you use it like this for too long.
There's two trigger blocks under the infeed, the one closest to the saw end could need a touch of adjustment. No 13 in the diagram   BTW it's a pig to adjust 

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