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Husqvarna 40/50 chain saw. My machine's brake was aplied when the safety trigger was pushed forward. The safety trigger could not be pulled back to release the break. How do I get the safety trigger to pull backwards to release the break? Thanks. Best wishes, Ian Simons

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Some of my customer would prefer removing this brake thingy...

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