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The ethanol in gasoline softens fuel lines to the point they collapse.
Change the fuel lines and use non ethanol gasoline. [ Very expensive]
Posted on May 02, 2015
Try changing the gas filter. Usually down in the tank. Take a piece of wire hook I and pull filter out
Posted on May 02, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
sound like the ignition coil is bad.......they have had some issues with them.are you taking the saw to a husquvarna dealer or just taking it back to lowes.some times they don't send them to a husquvarna dealer....
Posted on Feb 23, 2009
the problem is in the ignition coil.it needs to be replaced.it is under warranty.its warranty is life time.call husqvarna and they will either send you a new one or send you to a husqvarna dealer to fix the problem.that is at no cost to you..............let me know if this helped.................
Posted on Jun 06, 2009
You might try blowing with compressed air around the cylinder and head to get rid of the accumulated sawdust. Also, the high speed needle on the carburetor might be set too lean--with engine warm, adjust CCW until engine 4-strokes unloaded, but smooths out when lightly loaded (cutting wood). If too rich, it won't stop 4-stroking.
Posted on Jul 05, 2009
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if your gas oil mixture is right then try buying different gas the ethanol in gas is ruining all small gas motors!
Posted on Oct 02, 2010
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Find the gas/air adjustment screws on the carb (next to the the throttle cam where the throttle cable attaches. Turn the screws in all the way... GENTLY... Those are needle valves, and too much torque on them will damage the needle valve seats. turn both of them out one and a quarter to one and a half turns. Start the saw, and adjust one or the other screw in or out until the saw runs properly. If there is a plastic stop installed on the screws, remove it first, and replace it after the saw is running properly. You have to be patient while tuning the carb as it may take a while. If you adjust too much and the saw refuses to start at all, start over with the 1-1/4 to 1-1/2 turns out on the screws.
Posted on Aug 19, 2012
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