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Re: Husqvarna 55 dies after few seconds (beginner)
« on: February 23, 2015, 11:26:15 am »
Ok,

So my cheers were a bit early. Still not working properly.

I went out to cut some wood today. The saw started right away no problem, I barely finished cutting a long piece, some 5 cuts, before it went out again. I could start it right away the second time but just for few seconds. On my 40m walk from patio to cutting area I could hear the engine getting 'weaker' but with each throttle press it went back to 'normal'.

I then turned the low screw (Hmm, I just realized - which way is it ought to be turned!? being very new to gas machines I turned it counter clockwise) 1/2 turn (To make it 3/4 turn altogether) and it wouldn't start at all. I then went 1/4 clockwise and it started but got off after few seconds.

I appreciate the patience, and thanks for all advice.

-- Adrian


 

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