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Back up your low screw 1/4 turn that should remedy your problem...

Husqvarna Garden | Answered Yesterday

Factors such as front or rear; what will you use it for; your weight and so on need to be given to enable a truly meaningful answer. Sorry.

2004 Husqvarna... | Answered 2 days ago

Make sure you are using the correct bobbin, and that it was threaded properly. Check needle and plate to make sure there are no nicks. Clean all fuzz from the bobbin area. Always thread needle with needle down.

Husqvarna Sewing... | Answered on Apr 17, 2019

You want to know how (technique) to thread the lines through the tank?

Husqvarna Garden | Answered on Apr 16, 2019

Husqvarna Sewing... | Answered on Apr 14, 2019

Given your detailed description, most likely the PTO switch. When it fails, turn PTO OFF and then try a firm twist and hold of the PTO switch CW or CCW and see if engine will start/run. If yes, then bad PTO switch. If no, could still be PTO switch. I don't remember if the switch pops out or if you have to remove the panel, but you need to get a visual of the switch and harness connector and see if there are signs of heat damage. Melted deformed plastic, wire insulation, etc.

Less likely is the anti-backfire solenoid. You can take the solenoid out and remove the plunger or plunger end, put solenoid back in. Then run for test. It will run fine without the plunger, but may backfire when shutdown. One other caveat if the engine kill shunt somehow has a fault and engine kill has been working by the anti-fire solenoid, removing the plunger means you wont be able to turn engine off. Just remove battery NEG cable should this happen.

I don't believe its the ignition modules as there are two and it would continue to run on one and not likely both are failing.
Could be other causes but PTO switch is first suspect to eliminate.

Husqvarna Garden | Answered on Apr 09, 2019

Roto tiller parts take immense vibrations - look for gas line tubing leaks at the tank and at the carburator. Simple screw type hose to clamps will do, along with new gas tubing. All else fails check the fuel filter inlet and last - is the gas tank in need of replacement? Follow this advise in that order. Work safe. Best of repairs to you.

Husqvarna... | Answered on Apr 09, 2019

Likely you are experiencing starter stall due to cylinder decompression malfunction. The OEM Briggs & Stratton OHV engine requires periodic adjustment of valve lash for proper decompression when starting.

Husqvarna Garden | Answered on Apr 07, 2019

type the name and number in google , could get more info

Husqvarna Garden | Answered on Apr 07, 2019

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