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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Husqvarna 136 chainsaw
Both H and L screws should be set 1-1/2 turns out from stop. Turn the idle speed screw two turns in from where it is now. When you had the carburetor apart, did the rubber diaphragm seem hard? If it did, re-kit the unit. When you clean the carburetor body, use spray carburetor cleaner and use compressed air to blow out all fuel passages including the two mixture control screw holes. Be sure to check the condition of the fuel line and the air cleaner. Even a plugged muffler can cause weird problems.
Posted on Sep 01, 2009
definatley running out of fuel. this sounds dumb-just check it. the fuel line from the tank to carb is made of tygon, it gets hard and cracks allowing air to enter fuel line and lean out the unit,sometimes till it quits. also drain the fuel from the tank, look in tank, youll see a hose with a weighted fuel filter in the end of it, get a peice of wire,carfully pull it out and chack for cracks or a broken off 'clunk' fuel filter. then which is hard, the fuel pump-a little built in vacume diaphram in the carb that re-verberates with engine vacume and pumps fuel at high demand times. there will be a metal cover on the carb with a hole in the middle, carfully remove the screws ans the diaphram will be part of the gasket so dont rip it or youll need a carb rebuild kit. look for rips or tears or a broken return spring. also make sure the carb hasnt loosened up from the engine, this will cause a vacume leak and then the pump wont keep up. check the lines first that what you will probably find. good luck!
Posted on Sep 03, 2009
Yes it could need both of them plus some fresh gas mixture to boot. I would start with the fuel filter and then go to the carburetor.
Posted on Oct 27, 2009
New Echo manuals say "50:1 for all engines regardless of what is printed in manual."
Posted on Nov 09, 2009
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