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Re: Chainsaw - husky autotune.

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EricB

11-26-2013 19:26:36
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I bought a new Husky 545 auto tune this summer. The good points are fuel efficiency, vibration free and amazing performance when you hit the throttle...reminds me of Corvette performance in the late sixties. However, I have been very disappointed with auto tune in regards to starting the saw (cold and delayed hot restart). It was such frustration nearly every day for the month and a half duration of the job. I couldn't spare the time to take it back to the dealer for weeks. Once they did all the checks and re-sets they said they found nothing wrong. Personally I would go for the pre-auto tune set up. I have had chainsaws for 47 years so I'm not new at this.

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Butch(OH)

11-27-2013 04:04:44
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 Re: Chainsaw - husky autotune. in reply to EricB, 11-26-2013 19:26:36  
Eric, I have read of some issues with some of them like you are speaking of and those problems are fixable. My 550 always starts cold on the 4-5th pull with choke on. It also stays running. Very unlike the old choke, pull til it pops and dies then turn choke off and pull til it starts routine) When it starts pushing the choke lever down to high idle keeps it going then trigger it to get low idle. Warm or hot I choke then unchoke to obtain high idle, pull once and running.
No way I would fight a brand new saw. Take it back and tell them fix or trade for another, Husky stands behind their saws but some dealers are not taking to the electronics very well.
This post was edited by Butch(OH) at 06:19:37 11/27/13.

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 Re: Chainsaw - husky autotune. in reply to Butch(OH), 11-27-2013 04:04:44  
Thanks Butch, in a way I can appreciate having this challenge being that I have scanned numerous reviews on Husky saws, most are great reviews but I can truly relate to the new owners that had lots of frustration while some real Husky enthusiasts call these people stupid or that they should never own a chainsaw.



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