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MY HUSQVARNA 136 CHAINSAW WILL NOT IDLE DOWN. IT RUNS AT HIGH SPEED AT START UP. IT CAN BE SPED UP BY PRESSING THE THROTTLE BUY IT WILL NOT IDLE DOWN.

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This sounds like a sticky throttle cable.
Check that it's route is un-inhibited.
Though, the cable itself may be freyed, and thus in need of replacing.Happy and safe chopping:)

Posted on Jul 27, 2009

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