Squishy Lives!!! amost. I too the zama carb apart and found out right quick why it was leaking. It didnt have a needle valve in it. The fact that it was missing a screw when I picked it up should of been a clue to look inside. I suspect the walbro carb is probably in need of a rebuild too. Thats what I get for fooling with boxes of junk. anyways, rebuilt carb, screwed h/l screws out one turn to start. Checked the flywheel, the coil looked awful close so I took a business card and reset the gap, dont really think I changed anything, but it was a what the heck moment. Put saw back together and set the choke. It took three pulls and it hit, another pull at full throttle and it cranked, but needed some adjustment. Wouldnt idle, but it would crank right back. Started to adjust carb but the saw seemed to be getting awful hot. Not sure if its is just oil burning off or overheating. At anyrate, I let the saw die and it didnt want to crank back. I only pulled on it two or three times. I decided to let it cool off and will try again later.