Question about Husqvarna Chain Saw 20" Bar
The hard rubber pressure disk that drives the wheels on a brand new husquavarna 30 inch cut snowblower wore down almost all the way through ity in 8 hrs use. There was no visable sharp edges to ware thru. I never drove it into a snow bank and let the wheels continue to turn. I would feather the drive handle making it go slowly. They was using it incorrectly but didn't tell me how to drive into a snow bank to blow it. What could I have been doing wrong?
Check the air filter and the muffler if either are plugged up it will not run smooth. Carb hi and low screws are very sensitive so if you change them, only move them a little at a time.
Posted on Jan 02, 2010
Sounds like the clutch is still grabing. Easy solution is to apply the chain brake at idle to stop the chain turning. Try adjusting the L screw for a smoother idle.
Posted on Aug 05, 2010
The chainbrake has actuated, you need to pull the hand gurd fully toward the rear of the machine until you hear the click of the brake unloading.
Posted on Jan 14, 2011
SOURCE: New Husqvarna 30 cc 2Cucle
Turn the switch to on, push the primer bolb about 8 times to get the fuel up to the carburetor, put the throttle about 1 quarter to a half way up, put the choke on closed and it sohould start. When it sputters open the choke slightly. Let it warm up and open the choke completely.
Posted on Mar 19, 2011
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