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2001 Husqvarna 350 Chainsaw !

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CraigChristian

10-31-2012 14:40:59
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I"ve had the 350 for about 10 years and have maybe used it 10 hours. I recently had to use it for the first time in a year and couldn"t get it started. I"ve done the routine maintenance stuff, but my problem now lies with the clutch cover. I made the mistake of removing it with the brake engaged. Now to put it back on, I need help figuring out how to deactivate the brake so it"ll slip back over the clutch. Thanks much, Craig

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fredinmo

10-31-2012 21:42:54
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 Re: 2001 Husqvarna 350 Chainsaw ! in reply to CraigChristian, 10-31-2012 14:40:59  
Take the plastic hand guard off 2 screws put yhe cover in the vice use the hand guard to unlock the chain brake reasemble.



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CraigChristian

11-01-2012 05:56:03
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 Re: 2001 Husqvarna 350 Chainsaw ! in reply to fredinmo, 10-31-2012 21:42:54  
Thanks Fred - too easy !!



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2x4

10-31-2012 20:34:34
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 Re: 2001 Husqvarna 350 Chainsaw ! in reply to CraigChristian, 10-31-2012 14:40:59  
about it not running, if you only rarely use it & you ran it last time with old gas, it might've ruined the cylinder & piston. The oil in old gas dissolves & no longer lubricates the engine & ruins it & will not start. For the chainbrake, the screwdriver trick of 55deere70 works for me.



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TomH in Pa

10-31-2012 20:23:13
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 Re: 2001 Husqvarna 350 Chainsaw ! in reply to CraigChristian, 10-31-2012 14:40:59  
Check the fuel line too. Mine cracks apart about every few hours of operation.



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CraigChristian

10-31-2012 20:58:06
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 Re: 2001 Husqvarna 350 Chainsaw ! in reply to TomH in Pa, 10-31-2012 20:23:13  
Thanks Tom, it does leak a little gas. Is that a major job getting at it ?? I've never seen what is supposedly a quality product have more issues !! C



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ffinmich

10-31-2012 16:18:04
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 Re: 2001 Husqvarna 350 Chainsaw ! in reply to CraigChristian, 10-31-2012 14:40:59  
Look on you tube, there are instructions. Its a pain butit works.



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Sean Feeney

10-31-2012 14:59:14
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 Re: 2001 Husqvarna 350 Chainsaw ! in reply to CraigChristian, 10-31-2012 14:40:59  
push handle all the way forward and it should reset release, you getting spark. check on / off switch



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CraigChristian

10-31-2012 15:16:45
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 Re: 2001 Husqvarna 350 Chainsaw ! in reply to Sean Feeney, 10-31-2012 14:59:14  
Thanks Sean, but the cover is already off. I somehow got it off with the brake engaged and now, of course, I don't know how to release the stainless loop so it'll slip over the clutch assembly. I see where the star wheel engages with the brake handle when it's assembled, but it's apart. Craig



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55deere70

10-31-2012 15:34:22
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 Re: 2001 Husqvarna 350 Chainsaw ! in reply to CraigChristian, 10-31-2012 15:16:45  
Try positioning the handle so it engages with the star wheel when you put the clutch cover on, then you can release the chain brake. Or you can use a screwdriver or something to manually turn the star wheel back to release the brake.



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