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Husqvarna chainsaw carburetor adjustment
Find the 2 screws. There will be a (h) high and (L) low. These are for hig rpms and low rpms. First tighten the screws. Then unscrew them about 1-1/4 turns. Then start the saw and let it warm up. Start with the high rpms first pull the trigger all the way then adjust the screw in 1/8 turns either way until it is running good at high rpms. Then work on the L rpms. Get the saw to idle then pull the trigger, there should not be any hesitation when going from L to H rpms. Just adjust the low same as the High. They have to work together so if the high is good and the low is not just right turn the h a small amount. If you have any more questions let me know
7 hours ago
What pulses the diapham on the carb. on a dayton 2z677a?
Looked but couldn't find any docs for this digger.
Either there's a mounting adapter and/or gasket that routes a small port from the crankcase to the carburetor diaphram or theres a separate tube that connects crankcase port to the carb.
Lots of chainsaws use a separate impulse tube.
12 hours ago
I have a John Deere L130. When I pull the engage
It is a problem with the PTO ( device that transfers power from engine to the blade engagement device ). Check the Fuse. Test the PTO ground that can cause the problem. To check the ground try grounding the PTO with an additional wire.
Using a multimeter you can also read impedance on the clutch solenoid. To do this ser multimeter at Rx1. Touch the clutch contacts with the multimeter probes, and read Ohms.
If the multimeter reads from 4 to 8 Ohms , then the solenoid is good. If impedance is near to zero or infinite, then the clutch solenoid had shorted or it is open.
You can help yourself using the diagrams available on J.Deere website. Enter model number to get the diagram for L130: http://jdpc.deere.com/jdpc/servlet/com.deere.u90490.partscatalog.view.servlets.H...
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