Hi there. Since spring is almost here, I dug out my Poulan P3314 that I bought late last fall that I had not really gotten a chance to play with. I bought it not running. I did have it running briefly, but did put it away for the winter. I had bought the carburetor adjusting tool over the winter. So today, I brought it out and attampted to get it running. I did get it running and it sounded good and strong. The part where I am having problems is with the idle. I had it sitting at idle, however, it did so at a high speed and could not get it to idle without the chain spinning at a decent speed. I could not get it to sit and idle with the chain not spinning. I had played with the low speed and idle adjustments only, I did not touch the high speed. I had it running, then it stopped, then backed teh screws out to where they were and started again a few times with no luck. I did soem reading and adjusted it without any luck. As well to note, even at a higher speed idle, when I did try the chain brake, the engine died out immediately. Is this a Poulan thing, or is there also something else wrong there that I also must look at? If anyone could please shed some light on this, it would be greatly appreciated. As well, is there a particular number of turns out that the idle adjustmant screw shoud be, such as the high and low speed needles for a starting point? I cannot say for sure how many turns out the high speed screw is out as I did not touch it, but the low speed was out 2 1/2 turns as was when I bought it. Thank you for any and all help in advance. I will also be glad to answer any questions regarding this if you may have.