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How do i assemble the throttle trigger and spring on a 372xp husqvarna chainsaw

The trigger, safety, and a spring all go together in the handle and I can't get them in the right place

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SOURCE: husqvarna 365 order to install trigger, throttle catch and spring

Here's a link to the husky parts list.

http://www.usa.husqvarna.com/support_manual_search.aspx?webecsearch=10527&O=true

Posted on Apr 10, 2009

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You can get an IPL here:
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http://www.husqvarna.com/us/homeowner/support/download-manuals/
I don't think this has the detail you need.
If it were me I'd visit my friendly neighborhood Husky chainsaw seller (not Big Box Store) and ask to look at the clutch cover with the brake installed (take a camera). I'd probably ask for a quote for their repair too. HTH
Lou
Your model is no longer sold. The seller will know what model replaced it and may be willing to explain the repair procedure for your saw you. Take the cover and loose parts with you.

Posted on Sep 07, 2009

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SOURCE: installing throttle cable on Husqvarna 445 chainsaw

Try blocking the throttle arm on the carburetor in the wide-open position with a small stick, then deal with the trigger mechanism. In order to remove the cable from the carburetor, you need to remove the carburetor itself, then unhook the cable end at the throttle arm. Keep track of which fuel hose goes where if you do this. Hope this helps!

Posted on Apr 01, 2010

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SOURCE: MY hUSQVARNA 365 372xp CHAINSAW

Likely, the saw has been run with straight gas--no admixed oil. When this occurs, the piston, ring(s), and cylinder wall will have been deeply scored. Remove the muffler and turn the motor slowly while watching the surfaces of the piston, ring(s), and cylinder wall. If these surfaces are not smooth, then replacement of these parts is necessary. (very expensive with parts and labor) Hope this helps!

Posted on Oct 19, 2010

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SOURCE: I broke the throttle trigger on a 445 Husqvarna

The two halfs of the rear handle do not seperate, once you have removed the r/h side grip you can remove the throttle lock, you then need to remove the pivot pin from the trigger with a pin punch, the trigger can then be pulled down and out, you may need to disconnect the throttle wire from the carb if you cannot drop the trigger far enough to remove the wire from it.

Posted on Jul 02, 2011

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