Question about Husqvarna Craftsman 36cc, 16 In. Gas Chain Saw
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Check the spark plug for condition. It should have a light brown appearance. Check the gap, should be about 0.020". If it looks black and wet, check the air cleaner condition. Check the carburetor mounting and end plate screws for tightness. Check the condition of the fuel lines from inside the tank (tank-end filter too) out to the carburetor for condition. Replace anything that looks cracked or kinked. Check the lines to and from the primer button if the saw has one--no cracks in the primer button itself. Make sure the fuel in the tank is the proper oil mix and is fresh. Always pre-mix oil and fuel before filling the tank. Hope this helps.
Posted on Aug 14, 2009
Does it go from full speed to dead stop (like ignition turned off - coil or associated)? Or does it act like it is running out of gas (fuel vent)? If coil or change the plug and try it. Plug <$5, coil >$50. Answer back with serial number and i will provide an IPL that is most helpful with both problems.
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Posted on Mar 21, 2010
When it dies, try removing the fuel cap for a moment, then try restart. If successful, the tank vent is likely plugged (look under the left case cover). It should be a bronze plug set into the tank surface. If no help, remove the spark plug, and test for blue,snappy spark. If nothing happens, try a new plug first. If still nothing, remove the stop switch grounding wire at the ignition module and retest. If still nothing, the module is dying with heat--replace it using a thin business card for a gap gauge. Turn the flywheel magnets under the module poles and allow the new module to stick to the magnets, then tighten the screws. Rotate the flywheel to release the card, then turn the flywheel one complete revolution to make sure the module gap doesn't close up. Hope this helps!
Posted on May 14, 2010
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