Husqvarna chainsaw starts then dies. If your Husqvarna chainsaw starts but then dies, it could be due to the spark arrestor being clogged this build-up of excess fuel may be causing a stall.
The carburetor is responsible for mixing all the right ingredients together, with one ingredient, in particular, being tricky to handle without getting gummed up that ingredient is gas.
If there’s too much gas in the mix and it ends up clogging the engine, something will have to give eventually and that something may very well be your Husqvarna chainsaw.
Husqvarna chainsaw starts then dies
Here we will discuss some common issues and their solutions for Husqvarna chainsaw starts then dies.
If your chainsaw isn’t starting, it’s possible that the carburetor is clogged with build-up. The build-up in the carburetor can be caused by leaving fuel in it.
This will evaporate some of the fuel and settle into a thick substance that has a much harder time getting through the intake tubes.
Cleaning a carburetor requires patience and time but works for nearly all instances of clogging, assuming you have the proper tools and good instructions.
We recommend purchasing a small bottle of carb cleaner to keep on hand to help get rid of any unwanted deposits in your fuel system.
If using the cleaner doesn’t work, you might need to replace your entire fuel system or rebuild your old one by ordering specialized parts from our store.
Problem with Fuel Filter
If the chainsaw engine continues to stall, check the condition of the fuel filter. If you ever leave your chainsaw unused for an extended period of time.
It’s important to drain it prior to storage as old fuel may evaporate over time that can cause parts like the fuel filter or carburetor to get gummed up with a thicker or stickier substance. This is often due to leaving old gas in when running the chainsaw.