Question about Husqvarna Craftsman 36cc, 16 In. Gas Chain Saw
My chainsaw quite suddenly. i restarted it but the chain would not budge, so i shut it back off. what could be the problem?
1. The kickback brake, if equipped, was triggered to stop the chain.
2. The chain is jammed with saw dust/debris (it doesn't take much)
3. the bar sprocket is damaged.
4. The chain guide teeth are damaged and not sliding through the bar guide groove smoothly
5. The chain is adjusted too tightly.
6. You are out of bar oil and friction has stopped it/damaged the bar and/or chain
7. The motor sprocket clutch is damaged.
That should cover all of the basics to look over.
Posted on Nov 04, 2009
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