Question about Husqvarna 155bt Gas Backpack Leaf Blower
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
if you've ran it for any length of time you will need a new cylinder and piston/rings and cylinder gasket ,
take the muffler off and look for scoring /scorching on the piston
Posted on Oct 21, 2009
Do you mean the throttle lock? It is a basic mechanical lock. If it just spins I would assume that a chunk of plastic has broke off or the lever is misplaced. Take the throttle housing apart and identify the problem. New parts are available from your local Husqvarna dealer.
Posted on Nov 26, 2009
SOURCE: 1. what ratio of oil/gas
50-1..... but be very careful and exacting with this mix... one can usually pick up a six or eight pack of these mixes that are meant to mix with one gallon (as close to exact as possible ..but never go over on the gas amount and dump a little bit of the gas back into the mix oil container ,shake it and pour it back into the gallon jug to get all the oil out of it or your mix will be diminished and may possibly be to hot and overheat your piston....) the leak can generally be fixed by aquiring a fuel hose kit at a hardware store for your particular model...it could be one of a few problems ...a cracked hose or rubber seal on tank or possibly a loose hose or clamp on the carburator..check the tank itself for leaks and the fuel cap seal (a flat rubber ring ..or possibly the vent in the cap ,which is designed to not let fuel through,only air)....it should be evident when blower warms up... a slight seep is more evident than a good sized one that drips quickly...try to tighten fittings before going through cost of repair kit...if it has been dropped on a hard surface...the tank itself or the fuel cap may be cracked...
Happy blowing! ..and let me know...Oh...one more issue is that the primer bubble may have a pinhole leak in it...and check air filter for if it is dirty it could possibly creat a vaccuum in carburator that **** more gas than the blower engine can use...causing a blowback and flooding problem...
Posted on Nov 23, 2010
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