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Introduction

This Fast fix is needed if your Husqvarna Trimmer is running irregular or is having trouble running. This normally means the carburetor needs to be replaced. Please allow the unit to cool down prior to attempting the repair to avoid burning yourself. Also wear safety glasses to prevent gas splashing in your eyes when disconnecting fuel lines.

  1. Allow time for the engine to cool before beginning this procedure.
    • Allow time for the engine to cool before beginning this procedure.

    • Using your fingers, unscrew the air filter bolt and remove it from the filter cover.

  2. Pull off the filter cover to reveal the air filter. Remove the air filter from the filter housing. Remove the air filter from the filter housing.
    • Pull off the filter cover to reveal the air filter.

    • Remove the air filter from the filter housing.

  3. Remove two 8mm nuts with an 8mm socket attached to a 1/4" ratchet turning the nuts counterclockwise. Remove two 8mm nuts with an 8mm socket attached to a 1/4" ratchet turning the nuts counterclockwise.
    • Remove two 8mm nuts with an 8mm socket attached to a 1/4" ratchet turning the nuts counterclockwise.

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  5. Slide the choke lever to the full choke position. Slide the choke lever to the full choke position.
    • Slide the choke lever to the full choke position.

  6. Remove the plastic housing by pulling it away from the device. Remove the plastic housing by pulling it away from the device. Remove the plastic housing by pulling it away from the device.
    • Remove the plastic housing by pulling it away from the device.

  7. Pull the carburetor off of the bolts. Pull the carburetor off of the bolts.
    • Pull the carburetor off of the bolts.

  8. Detach the throttle cable from the carburetor by tilting it 90 degrees and pulling up. Detach the throttle cable from the carburetor by tilting it 90 degrees and pulling up. Detach the throttle cable from the carburetor by tilting it 90 degrees and pulling up.
    • Detach the throttle cable from the carburetor by tilting it 90 degrees and pulling up.

  9. Remove the two fuel lines attached to the bottom of the carburetor using a set of needle nose pliers. Gas may splash when removing fuel lines.
    • Remove the two fuel lines attached to the bottom of the carburetor using a set of needle nose pliers.

    • Gas may splash when removing fuel lines.

Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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