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Adjust blower carburetor husqvarna - Husqvarna Backpack Blower 25cc, 140 Mph, Model# 125bt

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SOURCE: Carburetor problem


High speed H=3\4 turn

Low speedL=1 1/4 turn

idle speed t adjust accordingly.

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SOURCE: what is the factory (h) and (L) carburetor adjustment for husqvarna chainsaw

We would need to know what model we are refering too, a good rule of thumb is 1 turn out on each, then fine tune from there, some models are different to this.

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SOURCE: What tool is needed to adjust the carburetor on a husqvarna 240 chainsaw

The splined Poulan Carb Adjustment Tool, 530035560, which was readily available for less than $20.00 before 2013, has become scarce and bottom the feeders are price gouging. Check and I just received one and it is the quality item at very reasonable price, $14.00

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SOURCE: How do i adjust the carburetor on a husqvarna 18h hedge trimmer thanjs

you shouldnt need to,if it wont run right then your carb needs to be cleaned or gasline replaced,ethanol kills carbs and gaslines.

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