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Husqvara 365 chainsaw seems to stall after being used for a short time

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Dirty carb

Posted on Sep 24, 2009

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Where can I find an instruction book for a Husqvarna Orchidea sewing//embroidery machine?


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Re-thread your upper thread while the pressure foot is in the UP position. Try again.

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If you can't turn the handwheel on the side at all you need to be very careful. If the two loopers are crossed and you force the machine you will be looking at a rather expensive repair bill. Open the front cover and do a visual inspection, making sure nothing foreign is inside the machine. If the handwheel turns easily and the only problem is electric, check the front cover. If it is not closed all the way the power to the motor is cut off for safety reasons. Hope this helps.

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SIMILAR PROBLEM OF TOP THREAD ACCUMULATING IN BOBBIN AREA


it sounds like a needle threading problem. if you have the instruction book, pull yout needle thread off the machine and re-thread as per the book ie presser foot up and make sure thread goes betwen tension discs and up over takeup lever.

to check needle tension is ok, lower presser foot and pull needle thread through needle, the needle thread should be tight enough to bend the needle a little.

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Husky 55 chainsaw


All chainsaws are air cooled. The problem is the cylinder head often sits underneath the gas tank. People fill their tanks with a mixture of gasoline and oil and often spill it or overfill the tank causing that oily mixture to coat the cylinder often. Then all the saw dust and dirt sticks to the oil and pretty soon the cooling fins on the cylinder head and all the parts surrounding it are coated with an oily dirty grime that keeps air from circulating around the cylinder head letting it cool normally. I'm not that familiar with a Husky but you need to be careful about other parts in the area, but you need to clean off the cylinder head so that it can get some cooling and quit heating up the gas in your tank. Usually there is a vent in the gas cap also and if it's plugged it will cause the gas tank to pressure up and force more gas than is necessary into the carburetor. Either clean the vent or buy a new gas cap.

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Husqvarna 51 chainsaw will barely run, magnito and carberator ok


Probably need to re-adjust the carburetor jets. They are very small screws in the base of the carburetor. They will be labeled with an "H" and an "L" . Set the low speed first by turning it in slowly until the rpm drops slightly then start turning it outward untill the engine idles smoothly. At that point you can also adjust idle speed. Then you need to be careful here but you need to hold the throttle wide open at the same time adjusting the high speed jet. Turn it in until the rpm drops then slowly turn it out. The rpm will keep increasing. Once you get to a point where it is max'ed out then screw the jet back in one half a turn. Changes in altitude like using your chainsaw in town versus going to the mountains for firewood can sometimes make it necessary to adjust the fuel/air ratio.

Feb 18, 2009 | Husqvarna Husky 165

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Chainsaw sharpening


Sharpening your chain can be done easily, Make sure you have the correct file for your chain, Most common is 5/32, Unless you have a massive chainsaw then it may be a 7/32 file.

First place the chainsaw on a nice level surface to avoid any slippage. Next you'll want to hold the file in the groove of the cutting tooth and make 3-4 strokes of the same length inside the cutting tooth (the silver part). Make sure to do the exact same amount of strokes to each tooth.

You'll notice you can only do one "side" of the chain at a time, then you'll have to spin you chainsaw around to get the teeth that face the other way.

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My Husqvarna 142 chain saw, new out of the box, starts and runs well enough but left to idle it continually stalls. Any ideas?


The carb needs to be adjusted. Look for 2 adjustments label High(H) and Low(L). Low is the one that you want. Start you chainsaw and let it warm up and turn the L adjustment a until you are able to let it idle on its own. Hope this helps.

Jul 07, 2008 | Husqvarna Husky 165

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