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I am trying to get an HT101 to start. I have put a new carb on it, new piston with new rings, block was in good shape. Its getting spark but still will not start. Can anyone help??
 

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I am trying to get an HT101 to start. I have put a new carb on it, new piston with new rings, block was in good shape. Its getting spark but still will not start. Can anyone help??
When my Husqvarna 51 would not start it was due to flooding even though I had removed the carb for inspection. What I had to do so I would not have to pull it 150x was remove the plug and muffler so air could get into the flooded area. I let it sit for a couple days like that and I was able to get it started. Beyond that I can't say. Good Luck and don't give up. Keep asking around and youtube is a good place for chainsaw help. Even the most obscure video's may hold the answer.
 

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When my Husqvarna 51 would not start it was due to flooding even though I had removed the carb for inspection. What I had to do so I would not have to pull it 150x was remove the plug and muffler so air could get into the flooded area. I let it sit for a couple days like that and I was able to get it started. Beyond that I can't say. Good Luck and don't give up. Keep asking around and youtube is a good place for chainsaw help. Even the most obscure video's may hold the answer.
Thanks for the info RudyBob
 

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Thanks for the information, at last, I managed to repair my old pole pruner with your help. I want to buy a new one because I don't think that I will have the power to cut branches with my gardening shares again. I knew that my shares are awesome, but I didn't expect them to be so good. I managed to cut all the branches that I need, and they didn't break and are as hard as they have been before. But it took me a whole day to cut all those branches, while with a pole pruner it would take no more than 4 hours. Do you guys know a good model of pole pruners?
 
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