Question about Husqvarna Garden
Disassemble your chainsaw far enough that you can check the flywheel key. It may have partially sheared, throwing off the timing since you indicate that you have good spark, compression, and fuel flow. You might be suffering from a carburetor issue though. Check the key, then consult the user manual for diagram on how to clean the carb and go from there.
Posted on Aug 31, 2010
Let me thank you for the excellent description of your problem, the symptoms and whats been done so far.
You have done everything I would have done so far.
If you have fuel, compression and spark, there is only one thing left, air.
How high is the compression? >80psi?
Have you tried starting ether?
Off the top of my head,
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