This morning, I took the saw outside, gave it a bit of ether, and followed the starting procedure. Several times, I got it to run for a second or two. Each time, it died after a few moments. I am at more than 10,000 feet above sea level so I am not terribly surprised by this. I adjusted the carb a bit - both knobs in all the way, then back them out a full turn - and unfortunately, now it won't pop for me again. I pulled the spark plug to try to let it drain - there's no fuel coming out of the exhaust, so I don't know if I flooded it. Still no bar or chain on it. I still won't be able to do the compression test due to the fact that the tools will take weeks to get here. Any suggestions for getting it to run for a little longer?