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Steve Small Engine Saloon is powered by Miller, and today he is reviewing a draft thanks to Lee Lorentz from Echo Canada. Lee gave him a brand new hat, and Steve expresses his appreciation. Steve mentions that most chainsaws have three adjustment screws - a low-speed adjustment screw, a high-speed adjustment screw, and an idle screw. Before making any adjustments, it is important to have the bar and chain tightened to the proper tension and ensure that the air filter is in place. Steve advises viewers to take the chainsaw outside for ventilation and to wear ear muffs for safety. He also mentions that new chainsaws come with limiter caps on the adjustment screws to prevent over-tightening. However, if a specialty screwdriver is needed, Steve suggests visiting a dealer. Steve explains the process of adjusting the low-speed screw and highlights its importance in preventing stalling and ensuring quick trigger response. He advises viewers to find the sweet spot where the chainsaw idles the fastest. Steve demonstrates this adjustment on a chainsaw in a close-up shot. If the chainsaw does not react as expected, it may be necessary to remove the limiter cap for further adjustments. Moving on to the high-speed screw, Steve explains that it is used to change the high-speed RPM when the chainsaw is running at full throttle.