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It idles OK, but when you try and rev it, it does not rev plus it sounds very lumpy and rough, almost like it is getting too much fuel. Any ideas?

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  • Anonymous May 20, 2011

    It,s a Husqvarna 325R trimmer ( brush cutter)



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What type of equiptment is this?

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  • c_dizz13 May 21, 2011

    I would start at the carburetor and exhaust screen, I am not 100% that husvarna uses exhaust screens but if they do it will be in the muffler of the trimmer, If this is clogged it is definitely an issue if not your only issue, second I would diagnose the carburetor, remove the carburetor and give me a description of what you find, it should be fresh fuel and fresh fuel only, is the any debris, are all the internal components sealed correctly, any dirt, etc



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