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Throttle not working on 125b blower, the spring on carb is in place but not returning to idle position, all linkages are fine. How do i remove carb? Thanks Guy

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SOURCE: I have a Husqvarna 125B handheld blower, will not stay running

probable clogged screen in carb. rebuild carb with a kit. also check fuel lines and fuel filter

Posted on Nov 23, 2009

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SOURCE: I'm looking to replace the starter spring for my

Hello,

Here is the gist of my particular method of how to rewind a recoil starter:

1) Remove the recoil assembly housing, don't remove the pulley or disassemble, but remove the old pull rope and the anchor
2) Prepare a replacement rope (based on length of old, melt end with match that goes in housing, etc). Don't put the handle on at this time.
3) The pulley should be "at rest" and not have any tension on it. Slowly rotate the pulley by hand until it become tight.
4) Unwind the pulley until the rope anchor lines up with the rope hole in the recoil housing
5) If able, use a zip tie at this point to secure the pulley from turning. Loop the zip tie through the housing, and anchor it to the pulley somehow. If not able, that is alright, you will just have to maintain tension with your hand
6) Carefully feed the rope through the rope hole, and through the anchor assembly. It makes it easier if the end of the replacement rope is heated with a match to make it smoother and stiffer. Heat the knot with a match as well, to help it hold tighter and longer.
7) Once you have the replacement rope anchored, slowly let the pulley unwind while feeding the rope into it.
8) When there is no more room on the pulley for additional rope, pull the rope back out about 6 inches from the rope hole, and cut so that you now have about 6" of rope hanging out of the recoil housing. Keep maintaining tension on the pulley the entire time.
9) Feed the free end of the rope through the pull handle, and tie the knot around the anchor for the handle
10) You should now be able to let the pulley **** back in the rest of the rope, but make sure that there isn't any rope sticking out of the groove for the pulley. If there is, pull the rope out a bit at a time, and trim it from the handle end. You want the pull handle to be pulled snugly against the rope hole by the tension of the pulley.
11) Reassemble the recoil housing back onto the blower engine, and you are done.

By doing it this way, you are guaranteed to have the longest rope available to pull with. This helps to prevent from pulling on the rope, reaching the end, and stressing the rope anchor and causing the rope to pull out / break prematurely. Manufacturer directions may specify an X amount of pre-loading on the spring, but I have never had a problem with my method. Just be sure to use the same size rope for replacement, don't go bigger or smaller.

Posted on Oct 03, 2010

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run for 10-20sec. cut off

Posted on Nov 06, 2010

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Hello,
My name is Dane and I am going to assist you in solving your problem.

You will need to adjust the high speed setting on your Carburetor jet. Turning the screw out just 1/2 turn or so should do the trick. It is not so hard to adjust the Carburetor, however, yes you do need a special tool that is very hard to get your hands on, in order to adjust the jet screws. They don't make many engines with plain screw heads anymore. The newer Carburetors are factory set lean so they can pass emission standards. Since you just bought yours, a local husky dealer should adjust the mixture for free. I hope I've helped. If you found this reply useful, please leave me some THUMBS UP, if you feel I

Posted on Dec 09, 2010

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SOURCE: Husqvarna model 125b Hand held blower (Gas) No

If you have tried a new spark plug and you still have no spark, then your Ignition Coil, (Module) has gone bad. They aren't cheap if you buy it new. Try to find a used one if you can for around $10.

Good Luck!

Jim

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