20 Most Recent Husqvarna 150BT 50CC Gas Leaf Backpack Blower 180 MPH - Manufacturer Questions & Answers

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Why is it failing?

open gas cap and see if it will run again. m,any times the gas tank vents clog and the engine can't draw gas after a few minutes. another thought is the oil mixture.. 50:1 with oil made for air cooled engines....not boat engine oil
10/10/2022 3:42:25 AM • Husqvarna 150BT... • Answered on Oct 10, 2022
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Blower start ok, but will not stay running at full throttle.

Aeration in tank other problem can also maybe L H adjustment How to Adjust Small Two Stroke Carburetor
12/5/2015 6:09:12 PM • Husqvarna 150BT... • Answered on Dec 05, 2015
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How much would it be to rebuild the engine- Straight gas put in. Engine seized up- Or just go ahead and buy a new one

First try this... put some 30 weight oil in the plug hole aso much as you can until it reaches top of plug hole. Let it sit there a few days allowing the oil to creep between the walls and piston. .. then try turning the flywheel with a socket and ratchet, a little forward, a little the opposite...


Now, if that doesn't work, it depends on your unit... if we are talking about a $400 top model back packer, then it would be worth getting it repaired... you would be paying between 150 and 200... if the unit costarts 300 or less than buy a new one... period
11/12/2015 11:58:06 AM • Husqvarna 150BT... • Answered on Nov 12, 2015
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Why won't my Husqvarna 150 BT blower shut off? It starts and runs great, but won't kill with the switch.

Kill switch most likely has broken wire between switch and engine. When in "kill" position, it should connect the top of the sparkplug to the rest of the engine. If it doesn't, either the switch is bad or the wire is.
6/15/2015 8:59:43 PM • Husqvarna 150BT... • Answered on Jun 15, 2015
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How to disassemble the throttle/trigger assembly on at Husqvarna 150BT blower.

Internal or external snap rings usually require a special pair of pliers to remove. In absence, you might try a very pointed pair of needle nose pliers or even a pair of dental tools or similar. Once the ring begins to dislodge from its groove you should be able to work it out. Reinstallation might require the specific tool.
10/3/2014 6:49:14 PM • Husqvarna 150BT... • Answered on Oct 03, 2014
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If i pull back the trotal on my husku boy 50cc to

With todays gasoline it turns to what is called varnish very rapidly and more than likely some of the fuel that set in the carb over those 6 months has turned into a gummy varnish so the carb probably needs cleaned, If it is not to bad you can probably adjust the carb with the air/fuel mixture screws and keep it running well till end of the season, shouldn't take more than 1/8 to 1/4 turn though. I hope this helps If you need further help, I’m available over the phone at https://www.6ya.com/expert/steve_f5a6ca85b5d1ffc9
10/3/2013 5:20:42 PM • Husqvarna 150BT... • Answered on Oct 03, 2013
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Plastic tube for blowing the air keeps falling off

easy solution....just screw 2 small sheet metal screws into the tube to hold them together
9/7/2013 1:06:38 AM • Husqvarna 150BT... • Answered on Sep 07, 2013
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Start

They are refering to the 'fuel primer bubble' located on the bottom of the carb.
6/23/2013 4:05:11 PM • Husqvarna 150BT... • Answered on Jun 23, 2013
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My Husqvarna backpack blower starts good but when I put it at 3/4 speed it starts acting like it's not getting any GAS. HELP

If your Husqvarna backpack blower starts well but starts to act like it's not getting enough gas when you put it at 3/4 speed, there could be a few potential issues causing this problem. Some possible causes include:
  1. A clogged fuel filter: The fuel filter is responsible for removing dirt and debris from the fuel before it reaches the carburetor. If the filter is clogged, it can restrict fuel flow and cause the engine to run poorly.
  2. A clogged carburetor: The carburetor is responsible for mixing fuel and air to create the combustion that powers the engine. If the carburetor is clogged, it can restrict fuel flow and cause the engine to run poorly.
  3. A dirty air filter: The air filter is responsible for removing dirt and debris from the air before it reaches the carburetor. If the filter is dirty, it can restrict airflow and cause the engine to run poorly.
  4. A problem with the fuel line: If the fuel line is kinked, pinched, or has a leak, it can restrict fuel flow and cause the engine to run poorly.
  5. A problem with the spark plug: A faulty spark plug can prevent the engine from running properly, it can cause misfire and the engine to run poorly.
It's recommended to check the fuel filter, carburetor, air filter, fuel line, and spark plug. Clean or replace them as necessary. It's important to consult the operator's manual for specific troubleshooting instructions and diagrams for your blower model, as the location and procedure may vary depending on the make and model. It's also important to consult the operator's manual for safety instructions, and to make sure you have the correct parts for your blower. It's recommended to seek the help of a qualified technician if you are not familiar with this process.
1/25/2023 4:25:13 PM • Husqvarna Garden • Answered on Jan 25, 2023
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I have a Husqvarna RZ4623 zero turn mower. Was mowing the yard and the blades just stopped. I hear no clicking when I engage the PTO switch.

Also check fuses, they are located on the left hand side of the Machine. They are accessed by tilting the seat Forward. They are ?at pin Fuses of the same type used in automobiles. There are two fuses with ratings and functions: 20 amp Primary Fuse 7.5 amp mower deck coupling
1/25/2023 4:06:41 PM • Husqvarna Garden • Answered on Jan 25, 2023
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How do you remove the deflector on a Husqvarna yth2348

Removing the deflector on a Husqvarna YTH2348 lawn tractor can vary depending on the specific model, but the general process should be similar. Here are the steps to remove the deflector on your Husqvarna YTH2348 lawn tractor:
  1. Park the tractor on a level surface and set the parking brake.
  2. Locate the deflector on the tractor. It is usually located at the front or rear of the tractor, often attached to the hood or the deck.
  3. Locate the fasteners that hold the deflector in place. These may be screws, clips, or pins, depending on the model.
  4. Using the appropriate tool, remove the fasteners that hold the deflector in place. A screwdriver or pliers may be needed.
  5. Carefully lift the deflector off the tractor.
  6. To reattach the deflector, align it with the mounting points and secure it with the fasteners.
It's important to consult the operator's manual for specific instructions and diagrams for your tractor model, as the deflector location and the procedure to remove it may vary depending on the make and model. It's also important to consult the operator's manual for safety instructions.
1/25/2023 3:10:17 PM • Husqvarna Garden • Answered on Jan 25, 2023
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I have a Husqvarna 125 BV blower and the fuel bubble won't prime my engine to start. I checked the fuel hoses and they look good

If the fuel bubble on your Husqvarna 125 BV blower is not priming the engine to start, there could be a few potential issues causing this problem. Some possible causes include:
  1. A clogged fuel filter: The fuel filter is responsible for removing dirt and debris from the fuel before it reaches the carburetor. If the filter is clogged, it can restrict fuel flow and prevent the engine from starting.
  2. A clogged carburetor: The carburetor is responsible for mixing fuel and air to create the combustion that powers the engine. If the carburetor is clogged, it can restrict fuel flow and prevent the engine from starting.
  3. A problem with the fuel line: If the fuel line is kinked, pinched, or has a leak, it can restrict fuel flow and prevent the engine from starting.
  4. A problem with the fuel tank: If the fuel tank is not properly sealed, it can allow air into the fuel system and prevent the engine from starting.
  5. A problem with the primer bulb: If the primer bulb is not functioning properly, it can prevent fuel from reaching the carburetor.
It's recommended to check the fuel filter, carburetor, fuel line, fuel tank and primer bulb. Clean or replace them as necessary. It's important to consult the operator's manual for specific troubleshooting instructions and diagrams for your blower model, as the location and procedure may vary depending on the make and model. It's also important to consult the operator's manual for safety instructions, and to make sure you have the correct parts for your blower. It's recommended to seek the help of a qualified technician if you are not familiar with this process.
1/25/2023 3:07:37 PM • Husqvarna Garden • Answered on Jan 25, 2023
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Husqvarna ez5221 zero turn wont move

check and test the safety switches
1/21/2023 2:02:55 PM • Husqvarna Garden • Answered on Jan 21, 2023
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