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  1. Popular, but do you know how well this machine functions,thanks.
  2. I. change the fuel filter in the fuel tank, in recent weeks i have serviced two back pack blowers, expecting to change/service carbs but when i looked at the fuel filters they were solid with dirt. Changed the filter (after having swopped a carb first) and the problem was simply a blocked filter and not the carb. I use cheap chinese carbs. and MOSTLY they are Ok sometimes the inlet pipes are at different angles but at the price it makes sense
  3. A 20' length of 4" sycamore will go through the Camon like a knife through butter I need to know how one of these Saelen' s would cope?
  4. I am interested in a Saelen 17dr wood chipper, not needed for heavy duty, hedging, small trees etc . We currently have an older Camon C250 which works very well BUT lifting the rear chute up and down is a nuisance. Does anyone know if the Saelen would be a good replacement? We are engaged in maintenance rather than tree surgery which we sub out. Advice appreciated


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