We carry replacement parts, repair parts and accessories for 46 Husqvarna Chainsaw models
Many people rely on high-quality Husqvarna chainsaws for tree maintenance and firewood harvesting. Sometimes, the chainsaw runs roughly, making it difficult to operate effectively. Take these steps to correct the problem.
If the carburetor is clogged, the chainsaw might not run smoothly. Check the carburetor for visible buildup, and clean out any clogs or debris. However, if there is a fuel deficiency in the carburetor, the carburetor needs to be rebuilt. To properly rebuild the carburetor, you need chainsaw repair parts including diaphragms, seals and gaskets. Always make sure you drain the fuel tank before performing major rebuilding work on the carburetor.
Chainsaw fuel lines may crack or become brittle over time, causing leaks that result in rough operation. If the fuel lines are leaking, they must be replaced. Ensure you connect the replacement lines in the same way the original lines were connected, and be sure to drain the fuel tank and remove the cylinder shield before you start. If you need further chainsaw repair help after replacing the fuel lines, you may need to call a professional.
Performing regular maintenance can keep the chainsaw running smoothly at all times. To correctly perform preventative maintenance, you need to replace the air filter, fuel filter and spark plug. Be sure to wear gloves to protect your hands when performing routine maintenance. Preventative maintenance should be done at least once a year.
Sears PartsDirect offers a wide array of chainsaw parts that make repair and maintenance easy and convenient. For additional assistance or for lists of available parts or tools, pick your model from the list above, click the chat button, or call 1-800-252-1698.