Chainsaw with flooding issue
I have had trouble with a 025 Stihl not starting I took the carburator apart and put the air hose to it then put it back together and still no start, so I removed the muffler to see if it could start without any restriction, but no start. Then I happen to look in the exhaust hole and I saw about a teaspoon full of fuel in the cylinder, I tilted the saw every way possible but the fuel didn't come out so I used a paper towel. I guess I have a flooding issue but I'm wondering now if fuel has leaks down pass the rings, could I have a crankcase full of fuel, can the crankcase hold fuel, is there enough gap for the fuel to leak out of the saw at the bottom? Do I have a bomb here? Do I need to break down this thing completely?? Or just try to start it now that I have removed the fuel above the piston??