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My husqvarna 372 has a dinging sound coming from the drum.I hear when its at idle.I can hear it with the saw off if i turn the drum with my hand,i checked the clutch springs and they are good.The drum does have a little wiggle on the needle bearing.Any ideas

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  • David riehle Jan 24, 2013

    Kelly are you talking about the needle bearing?

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The drum bearing probably needs to be replaced. The dinging you hear is the drum.

Posted on Jan 23, 2013

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use a plastic piston stop and the proper clutch removal toop. Try Baileys on line or Madsens saw shop for the removal tool. Must order for the specific model, but they are rather cheap.

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If it idles it is not flooding out as it it most vulnerable to flooding at idle if the stalling is happening as you try to throttle it up it is likely starved for fuel. Start by changing the in tank fuel filter, and the spark plug. good chance that will solve your problem. If it does not Turn the high idle screw out in 1/8 turn increments try running the saw after each adjustment. Keep track of the amount that you turn the screw. you might have to put it back to its original position. Some times adjustment screws will vi berate out of adjustment and other times crud will cause fuel restriction opening the screw allows for a larger port for any restrictions to pass through. After you use the saw for a short time turn screw back in if it starts to stall at idle or you notice increased smoke.

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Hi First turn them(H and L) clock wise until the end and then adjust.

high speed H=3/4 turn

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there is a special tool to remove the clutch properly with out damage to the clutch or springs.it is so much easier to take it in some where and have the proper tool used.the tool is $45.00 to $65.00 to buy one.most dealer will only charge you a couple of bucks to remove it and install one for you,it only take a second to do.I,myself have made a couple of differant ones because chainsaw differ so much.let me know and maybe i can get you a picture of the one you need

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you need a specal tool to remove the clutch assy.it grabs the clutch assy. and you spin it reverse thread.most shops will only charge you a couple of bucks to remove and install it if you have the parts

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