Question about Husqvarna Garden
If you can confirm that you have spark then you basically have a fuel delivery problem - carburetor.
If you installed a new carb you have to set it up , with the idle adjustment , and the low and high speed mixture screws. You just do not insert the carb and expect it to work.
Posted on Aug 29, 2017
the only thing left is the coil that is inside the cover right next to the flywheel with a gap of 10 thousand of a inch a business card will work but a new coil is almost thr price of a new trimmer unless you have a used one
Posted on Nov 05, 2009
Testimonial: "Thanks for the help. We did look at the coil. Got about 30 volts out of it when we pulled the starter. I hope that means it's OK."
I have the same problem. It will run if I put it halfway between Half Choke and Full Choke. But, just dies if I put it on Run or Half Choke. Don't ever loan your WE to anyone, They might just try to run it on straight gas--That is what happened on another week eater that I had.
Posted on May 02, 2010
possibly on/off switch-has it gotten wet? Also check where wiring from on/off switch meets the wiring from the weedeater body.Check those connectors/crimps make sure theyre plugged in /right fit and not wet.Make sure youre ground wire is grounded/attatched/screwed to the machine.Ive had a weedeater get wet twice at the on/off switch and had to bring it in the A.C. overnight to really dry out.It worked.Hope this helps.If none of this does then its maybe the coil(semi-internal-no fun) or the fat wire carrying the spark from the plug to the body(semi-internal-no fun).Good luck!
Posted on Jun 29, 2010
The 323 was a good little engine, it did not suffer with any real problems, if it has a good spark and there is fuel to the plug it should fire, if not i would suggest that there is a mechanical problem, the flywheel has a moulded key, it may have sheared the key putting the timing out, if there is excessive piston wear this will also stop it firing up, there will also be a spark arrester in the muffler outlet, make sure this is not blocked.
Posted on May 16, 2011
Stihl weedeater was running and stopped suddenly. Put in a new fuel filter and cleaner air filter with soap and water. Checked spark plug and it appeared fine. Started the weedeater, ran for a second or so and stopped. Spark plug wasn't gas fouled. Could it be the carburetor needing new diaphram gasket and spring.
Posted on Jun 19, 2011
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