Question about Husqvarna Forest & Garden 125l 18" Gas Trimmer
Have had same problem. This is a very old post so this is for those who have this problem. It is part 15 from the link given up there. WARNING I AM NOT A MECHANIC OR WELL VERSED!!What happens when you pull the handle is two starter couplings(plastic) engage the shaft that engages the engine. When it starts these fall free and allow the engine to spin freely. When they break the engine isn't harmed. You need a star head screw driver and NOT a phillips. Just he two on either side of the starter cup. Don't think you need to take off all 8 or more screws. Just the two. Pull out the other coupling. They just pop in. Buy 2 new ones. The other one is probably compromised anyways. Husqvarna 530059800
Coupling-Starter. Not a very involved process at all. Two screws. Pull off cup. pull out white plastic couplings. Put in new ones. Put the cup and screws back on.
Posted on Oct 06, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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