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Can't get it to start

I have 18"husqvarna chain saw.i took it to the shop to have it repair,it started one time and stop.could you tell me who to repair it.

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What shop did you take it to.if you took it back to where you bought it from it could be anywhere.make sure the saw has comperssion.easyist way to tell if you have good compression you need to take the muffler off and look to see if the piston is scored.Call husqvarna hot line and they will give you the nearest husqvarna dealer to repair it correctly.

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