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I paid 160.00 for a husqvarna 257.It has compression of 120.It nedds to be 140.Would it be worth it financially to have the top end rebuilt?I was also wondering if I am somewhat mechanically inclined,would it be difficult to rebuild it myself.I definitely don't want to make it worse so should I just leave it to the professionals?

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You may have a problem with your reeds.If you have done a rebuild because something internally has destroyed itself then the chances of those loose metal fragments chipping or cracking a reed are quite high.Pull the reed block and check it out and replace if neccesary.Other than that i can only presume a problem with the rebuild.hope i've given you some direction Armstrong.....Good luck with it .

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