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This is a rather sophisticated and expensive machine, why do you want to get the cover off ?

May I suggest you take it to a Husky service centre rather than try to do anything yourself without the appropriate training and service manual.......if you phone first and discuss the trouble you face, they may have a solution which does not require "surgery"

Husqvarna will almost certainly offer an online Dealer Locater in your home country.


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