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350 HUSQVARNA HAS SPARK WON'T START

I TRIED GAS IN SPARK PLUG CHAMBER NO LUCK. JUST ACTS LIKE IT WON'T AT ALL WHAT ELSE CAN I TRY.
ALSO HAVE A RANCHER MODEL THAT DOESN'T WANT TO STAY STARTED,I TRIED ADJUSTING THE LOW AND HIGH MADE IT BETTER AS LONG AS I STAYED ON THE THROTTLE,WHEN I GO TO MAKE A CUT IT BOGS OUT

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Never,never put starting fluid in a two cycle motor,it drys the cylinder and rings out,rancher 350 has had a problem with burning the piston and cylinders up.pull the muffler off and see if there are score marks in the piston.if so you need piston and cylinder,call husqvarna and check for warranty.......depending on age of machine they will either cover it all or you may have to pay some for repair

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Clean air filter and try starting fluid through air intake if you have spark this will definetely start it......On the rancher , is the air cleaner clean??? Remember that all you need to make an engine run is fuel , air , and an ignition source .. When you attempted to start the Husqavrna by adding fuel to spark plug chamber this actually causes a no start or very hard start condition it will act like if flooded....What does help if you remove the spark plug pull the pullstart and ensure that no liquid (gas is coming out of chamber) if it is keep pulling until it does not.... then take your spark plug ,after you have cleaned and gapped it, and with a butane lighter heat the tip for approximately 30 seconds and then reinstall plug and give it a yank after you spray starting fluid in the air intake....Good Luck

Posted on Jan 08, 2009

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