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The trigger lock didn't work, i took the housing apart the springs came off both throttle trigger and lock. can you supply a diagram on where they connect? any help will be appreciated.

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  • Richard Crate Apr 06, 2011

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Its a missing or broken spring in the handle(trigger). If you look inside the handle you should see a circular spring around the post of the trigger. This spring returns trigger to idle position. If its missing or broken the trigger won't spring back.

Posted on Oct 27, 2008

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I suspect that the cable to the carb is binding. Make sure when you reassemble the box, the cable works properly. Put the box together loosely and keep checking the action. Position the parts if it binds. Good luck!

Posted on Mar 28, 2009

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SOURCE: husqvarna 365 order to install trigger, throttle catch and spring

Here's a link to the husky parts list.

http://www.usa.husqvarna.com/support_manual_search.aspx?webecsearch=10527&O=true

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From the limited information you have given I think your throttle wire is binding. It could just need lubricating or the throttle shaft or butterfly in the carburetor could be binding. Disconnect the throttle wire from the carburetor and see if the throttle wire is moving freely and check the throttle shaft in the carburetor to make sure it is moving freely. If both are free, then check to see if something is pinching or binding on the throttle cable.

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goe to briggs and stratton .com and put your model type and code it will bring up your diagram and that will help.

Posted on Nov 05, 2009

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