Question about Husqvarna WE261 960220007 26 190CC Weed Eater Rear Engine Rider Mower
Posted by Anonymous on
The problem with the chain Is the tensioner. There is not much the small spring can do. You may try to add tension to the chain but, not a good design.
Posted on Dec 05, 2017
You should find a hole in the piece just above the trimmer head, this should line up with another hole deeper in the area. You stick a piece of rod in there to keep the head from turning. Use some pb blaster penetrating oil to help loosen up the head.
Posted on Feb 25, 2010
It's possible that the engine has seized if the pull cord won't turn the engine over. Remove the starter mechanism from the engine and try to turn the flywheel by hand. One or more of the mounting screws may be hidden under a decal or other label. If the engine won't turn at all, remove the muffler and check the piston skirt for bad scoring--which usually means either dirt inhalation (bad air cleaner) or running the unit on straight gasoline. Either of these conditions require replacement of the cylinder, piston and ring(s) plus labor if you farm out the repair. Weigh the approximate cost of up to $150 against a new trimmer. Hope this helps!
Posted on Jul 11, 2010
Make sure fuel is mixed correctly, make sure the choke isnt stuck on aswel, ive had it happen to me before when the little blue leaver sticks and it wont rev out properly.
Posted on Apr 03, 2013
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