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Tpyke, the only thing I can think of might be the speed you are feeding the saw. You don't want to try and force the saw to cut. I would expect some burning on pine or high sap woods but the hard woods should cut smoother. On the other hand too slow can cause burning also. You have to get a feel for the type wood you are cutting.
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