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    Default chainsaw problem

    I have a problem with a 72cc Husky that I read several similar posts on this website............won't start when hot. I'll try the suggestions given and report back. Thanks

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    Default Re: chainsaw problem

    My first Husky needed a "heat kit". The fuel would vapor lock when it was hot. The kit isolated the carb from the block and kept it cooler.

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    Default Re: chainsaw problem

    Hello & WELCOME to TractorByNet.com!

    I have moved your thread to the Chainsaws Forum. You'll get a better response there.
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    Default Re: chainsaw problem

    Is the carb heat flap turned to winter (open) in the air filter housing needs to be closed.

    If so it will boil the fuel in the carb in warm weather found that out a week or so ago on my 346.

    Scared the crap out of me when she died I could smell it was leaning out man I thought I sneezed it but it just "ran out" of fuel its ok now. good luck

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    Default Re: chainsaw problem

    Quote Originally Posted by wesmann View Post
    My first Husky needed a "heat kit". The fuel would vapor lock when it was hot. The kit isolated the carb from the block and kept it cooler.
    What saw was this on?
    REDNECK Chainsaw Repair

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