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I have a husky 240e saw and i just rebuilt the carburetor and it will crank up and go dead and i pull it a few more times and it will do the same thing so what should i do now and i have blowed it out real good

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  • luckypupblue Apr 07, 2011

    i have checked my gaskets and they seem fine but when i take off my fuel line that goes to my carburetor then it shoots gas but it just wont stay primed up i checked the spark on it last night and its fine and it has a new plug

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Check all casgets between carburetore and cilinder. if not helping check idle settings. check plug and spark. If not helping is possible faulty crancase sealings!

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The 235/240E had major main bearing problems, the bearing cage on the clutch side breaks up and pinches the piston ring in, if the machines has a good spark and clean carb, i would be looking to check the it is mechanically sound, unfortunatley this means a full strip down, let me know if you need more help, i have done very many of these machines.

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