How to start Gas Chainsaw
Chainsaws can sometimes be frustrating, difficult machines to start. How easily a chainsaw starts can vary from season to season. In the summer, you may find there are no problems at all. But the winter brings with it various issues of its own, such as empty fuel lines, which makes gas harder to move.
Before you begin, you will need to set the Master Control lever to Cold Start. You do this by pressing it all the way down. The Master Control operates the choke, the on-off switch, and the throttle lock.
The chainsaw must be laid on a flat surface. If the cutter is in contact with the ground, it could lead to blunting and damage to the saw, and you also risk putting yourself in danger. With your left hand on the bar, and your right on the starter rope, you should push your right foot into the handle, which will put the chainsaw into a fixed position, thereby stabilising it. A loose chainsaw will move erratically when you try to start it, thus making the operation more difficult.
Below steps for your reference