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You're not alone with that problem. My 266 will barely pull over after sitting for a few days. After a couple of pulls it loosens up and starts fine. Hot starts are also easy. It did not completely solve the problem BUT THIS SURE HELPED. I took the starter assembly off the saw. The narrow reel that the pull cord feeds into had spread which allowed the cord to wedge in against itself. I replaced the reel and here's the important part, MAKE SURE YOU USE A LARGE DIAMETER PULL CORD. That way the cord will lay on top of itself and will not wedge the reel apart.
Gotta love those old Husky's!
point the ring gap toward nothing! in between exhaust and intake,......it would serve your rebuild best to bring the jug to a power tool shop where they can "hone" your cylinder properly,..your on the right track with knowing the need to "scuff up" the cylinder, but it should be done with the proper honing tool which is a grinding stone, your rings will love it, you'll actually notice a gain in power with the proper cut. have fun, cracklin joe
Get Chain lube for the chain oiler. Naturally, husqvarna recommends that you use "genuine husqvarna" oil for your mixture, I recommend a quality oil, doesn't have to be husky. Husqvarna recommends a 50:1 ratio, other manufacturers, of vertually all 2 cycle power equiptment use a 40:1 ratio. This mixture is slightly richer, but will not hurt your chainsaw. May produce a bit more smoke. Not sure what a 34 husky is...neither is Husqvarna, I visited the website and even tried to download a manual. Looked at every husky model, no 34.