Question about Husqvarna Chainsaw Piston Kit for 61 Chain Saw
Two stroke engine have a reed valves, or something like it, that prevents exhaust pressure from causing the gas to back up.
Because of long idle times in the winter, if you don't use a fuel stabilizer, the gas dries up an leaves a sticky varnish residue.
This not only plugs up orifices, but glues the reed valve either shut or open. Either is bad. So you probably have to take the carb off and clean it to remove the varnish.
Posted on Aug 26, 2010
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