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Also as old as my Husky 37.
It appears to route the handle and to the carburetor mounting area.
Here is the IPL for the Husky 40.
Posted on Dec 02, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You need a carburetor kit. The needle valve in the car. is stuck open. The needle valve helps to control the flow of fuel.
Posted on Jun 21, 2009
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
The jet screws are fuel not air screws, the more they are unscrewd the richer the mixture becomes, basic settings are one and a quarter on the L screw and one turn on the H screw, you will have to fine tune from there, idle speed should be around 3000rpm, and max speed should not exceed 13000rpm, this should be set with a suitable engine tacho, when fine tuning always start with the L screw first, start gently screwing it in, the revs will start to increase as it leans off, when it starts to die because its too lean, unscrew until the revs pick up again, as you keep unscrewing you will hear the revs start to drop because it is becoming richer, leave it there, now blip the throttle, it should pick up instantly, if not turn the screw out a further 1/8 of a turn, the H screw is like a govener the more you screw it in the faster it revs, so do not exceed the 13000 rpm or this is a good chance it could seize, before any adjustments the fuel filter in the tank should be clean or replaced, the air filter should be cleaned and fresh fuel should be used.
Posted on Jul 03, 2012
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