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You need to inspect the throttle mechanism at the carburetor. When you pull the throttle trigger, it should move the throttle arm to it's 'full on' stop, and when it is released, the arm should come back to the idle stop screw. If the action seems to be indefinite, take the throttle trigger mechanism apart (make notes of part placement as you go), and clean it of sawdust and dirt. Don't run the engine until the throttle is working correctly. The 'stop' switch may also be full of sawdust, or the connecting wire may be damaged. Make sure the carburetor fasteners are tight as an air leak behind the carburetor can cause engine racing. Hope this helps!
Remove the spark plug and check for blue, snappy spark. If nothing, try a new plug--set gap at 0.020". If still nothing and machine is still under warranty, take it back to your dealer for free repair. The problem could be the ignition switch or the ignition module. Hope this helps!
Check the IPL for your saw to see if any special tools are needed.
There are metal piston stops available, when square (almost never) with the piston top these work well, if not square they have been known to punch through the piston. I suggest a length of starter cord or nylon rope be used instead of the piston stop (retain 6" ± so you can remove it). Make sure the piston is near the top of the cylinder before feeding the cord or it can fall through the exhaust port and damage the piston as it rises.
Everyone I’ve ever removed had a left handed thread (tighten it to loosen it). Let us know how it worked for you.
Source for Manual and IPL: HusqvarnaUSA.com http://www.husqvarna.com/us/homeowner/support/download-manuals/ Enter the 3 digit model number (no XPs, Es, just the numbers) Serial number decode – for use with IPL 06 1500198 06 = year produced – 2006 (single digit before 2000) 15 = week produced - March 00198 = 198th unit Husky produced that week
remove side cover,bar & chain.ther is an ob long channel above the bar mounting studs that lines up w/the small holes near the edge of the bar,thats where the oil comes out.clean everything.sawdust gets packed in the holes & stops the oil flow.
first thing you need to do is check the wire for any bare spots or if it is melted to some thing inside the saw.if neither is present then the coil will be bad.call husqvarna,the coil should have a lifetime warranty on it.hope this helps,let me know
A stop button is just an on off switch or a monitary off(Short) switch which shorts out the primary to the coil. Either the switch is broken , the ground wire not making good ground or the primary wire to the switch is off. You can get any two position switch, (for example from radio shack) and replace it withhe noew on if the switch itself. Trace the two wires to see if they are connected. Most likely is the ground one is off or disconnected.