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Husqvarna 327PT5s chain intermittently stops turning. Extending the shaft or shorting the shaft will cause chain to begin turning for a while, but problem reoccurs.

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My Husky 36 did this. The oil pump drive gear was stripped and had to be replace. It's located under the flywheel/sprocket so you have to pull that. I couldn't find info on how to do that so had a local shop repair it for $70! Parts are cheap, labor is not.

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If your saw has a removable sprocket, Check the drive sprocket on the clutch drum. Either the the spline is worn or the drive link on the chain is not properly seated in the sprocket well.

Posted on Apr 09, 2009

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