Question about Husqvarna Garden
The gas in the carb might bad might need to take apart and bolw out with some air and carb cleaner there are very tiny holes and the gas builds up a yellowish scale that can bolck the tiny holes i recomend a carb kit wich will give you new gaskets there are two adjustment screws on the carb if you take the spark plug out and it is wet you are getting to much gas and flooding it out try to turn the screws in if the screws have the little plastic caps on them remove them this will allow you to adjust the gas to the carb there is a hi and low the low is idle speed turn just enough so the chain dosent spin hi hold throttle down and adjust out till it will get wide open and sound clean no missing or struggling. i can post some photos of a chain saw taken apart to help you if you need it . please let me know if ther is any thing else i can do to help
Posted on May 25, 2011
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