Question about Husqvarna Forest & Garden No.967012396 345 16" Gas Chain Saw
You didn't mention the type of saw you had if it's even indeed a saw. I have found solutions for issues such as yours. First of all have you heard of vapour lock? Some smaller saws with the gas tanks in the front next to the cutter bar get extremely hot and when it runs out of gas and you refill it (let it cool down first), it may have a little vapour lock and sometimes vapour lock is hard to clear up. Give it full throttle with no choke on when you pull the starter rope. This may help. Also have someone qualified to test the ignition spark. Also, these smaller saws will run hot and the module breaks down. This is not a nice problem because there are so many factors affecting it to have this problem. Good luck with your unit.
Posted on Aug 02, 2009
On my husky 359, i find that when its warm,i make sure choke is in, then pull 6-7 times and vrooooooommmm, seems to work everry time
Posted on Aug 04, 2009
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