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Introduction 1,Safety regulations 2,Technical data 4. Service tools 6,Service information 10,Safety equipment 12. Recoil starter 16,Electrical system 18,Centrifugal clutch 22. Lubrication system 24,Carburettor 26,Tank unit 36,Anti vibration system 38. Piston and cylinder 39,Crankcase and crankshaft 43.
Trouble shooting 48, Husqvarna AB has a policy of continuous product development and therefore reserves the right to modify the design and appearance. of products without prior notice,INTRODUCTION,General Arrangement. This manual provides a detailed description of procedures This workshop manual can be used in two different ways. for trouble shooting repair and testing of the chainsaw. The safety precautions that should be taken during repair Repair of a specific sub assembly on the chainsaw. work are also described Dismantling and reassembly of the whole chainsaw. Repair of a specific sub assembly, When a specific sub assembly on the chainsaw is to be. Safety repaired proceed as follows, Note 1 Look up the page referring to the relevant sub assembly. The section dealing with safety should be read 2 Carry out the steps Dismantling. and understood by all who carry out repair or Cleaning and inspection. service work on the chainsaw Reassembly, Warning markings are shown both in this manual and on.
the chainsaw itself See page 5 If a warning mark on the Dismantling and reassembly of the entire chainsaw. chainsaw has been damaged or is missing it must be. replaced immediately in order to maximise safety when When the entire chainsaw is to be dismantled and. the saw is in use reassembled proceed as follows, 1 Look up page 16 which deals with the recoil starter. Target Audience and carry out the instructions under the heading. Dismantling, This workshop manual is written for personnel assuming. that they have general knowledge of service and repair 2 Work forwards through the manual and carry out. of small engines Dismantling instructions in the order that the. sections occur, The manual should be read and understood by all personnel. who will carry out service and repair work on the chainsaw 3 Return to recoil starter on page 16 and follow the. The manual is also suitable for use in the training of new instructions under Cleaning and inspection. 4 Work forward through the manual and carry out,Cleaning and inspection in the order that the. sections occur, 5 Order or fetch all the required spare parts from the.
As production continues changes will be introduced spares warehouse. successively to the chainsaw If at any time these, changes influence service and or spares special service 6 Look up page 44 which deals with the crankcase. announcements will be sent out which means that this and carry out the instructions under Assembly. manual will cease to be current with time In order to avoid. problems the manual should always be read together 7 Work backwards through the manual and carry out. with all service announcements that apply to the specific Reassembly instructions as the sections occur. model of chainsaw, In order to improve understanding some sections begin. with a Description of the relevant sub assembly, For specific procedures special tools are required In this Numbering. workshop manual all the service tools required are listed. Their use is described in the appropriate section Location indicators for components shown in the figures. are marked A B etc, Always use Husqvarna original The figures are numbered 1 2 etc. Spares The location indicators and figure numbers start again from. Service tools A 1 etc at the beginning of each new section. Accessories,SAFETY REGULATIONS,General instructions Special instructions.
Workshops where chainsaws are serviced must be The fuel used in the chainsaw poses the following hazards. equipped with safety equipment in accordance with local 1 The fluid and its fumes are poisonous. regulations 2 Can cause skin irritation,3 Is highly inflammable. No one should repair the chainsaw without first having read. and understood the contents of this workshop manual The guide bar chain and clutch cover chain brake must. be assembled before the chainsaw is started otherwise. The following warning texts are to be found in this manual the clutch may come loose causing personal injury. in certain places The warning texts occur before the. Wear ear defenders when testing the chainsaw,The warning text indicates a risk of. personal injury if instructions are not, Do not use the saw before it has been adjusted so that. the chain is still when idling, After testing do not touch the silencer until it has cooled. Risk for burns, Inadequate lubrication of the chain can result in the chain.
The warning text indicates a risk of damage, breaking which can cause serious or life threatening injury. to equipment if instructions are not followed, Make sure that the starter recoil spring does not fly out. and cause personal injury, If the spring is tensioned when the cord pulley is removed. the spring can fly out causing personal injury, When removing the pressure spring for the chain brake. ensure that the brake is in the on position otherwise the. spring can fly out causing personal injury, After repair the chain brake must be checked in accordance.
with the instructions on page 13, When replacing the crankshaft bearings note that the. crankcase halves are hot Use protective gloves, When using compressed air the air jet should never be. pointed towards the body Air can be forced into the blood. stream which can cause fatality,Symbols on the saw Symbols in this manual. The markings shown below are moulded into the chainsaw. This symbol indicates a risk of personal,injury if instructions are not followed. Use protective gloves,Switch for handgrip heating,Use protective goggles.
Fuelfiller,Stop switch,Saw chain lubrication adjuster. Saw chain filler,Chain brake,Dekompression valve,TECHNICAL DATA. Displacement Bore Stroke Max power rpm,cm3 cubic inch mm inch mm inches kW hp rpm. 365 70 7 4 3 50 1 97 36 1 42 3 6 4 9 10 200,372XP 70 7 4 3 50 1 97 36 1 42 4 1 5 6 10 200. 372XPG 70 7 4 3 50 1 97 36 1 42 4 1 5 6 10 200, Sparkplug gap Ignition system Air gap Carburettor type.
mm inches mm inches, 365 0 5 0 02 SEM AM50 DM51 0 3 0 01 Walbro RWJ 4 RWJ 6. 372XP 0 5 0 02 SEM AM50 DM51 0 3 0 01 Walbro RWJ 4 RWJ 6. 372XPG 0 5 0 02 SEM AM50 DM51 0 3 0 01 Walbro RWJ 4. Guidebar length Maximum chain speed Chain pitch Drive link gauge. cm inches m s mm inches mm inches,365 38 69 15 27 30 2 9 52 3 8 1 5 0 058 1 3 0 050. 372XP 38 69 15 27 30 2 9 52 3 8 1 5 0 058 1 3 0 050. 372XPG 38 69 15 27 30 2 9 52 3 8 1 5 0 058 1 3 0 050. TECHNICAL DATA, Idling speed Engagement speed Max overspeed Spark plug. rpm rpm rpm,365 2 700 3 500 13 300 NGK BPMR7A,372XP 2 700 3 500 13 300 NGK BPMR7A. 372XPG 2 700 3 500 13 300 NGK BPMR7A, Fuel tank volume Oil pump capacity Oil tank volume Automatic oil pump.
Litres US pints cm3 min Litres US pints,365 0 77 1 63 4 20 0 42 0 89 Yes. 372XP 0 77 1 63 4 20 0 42 0 89 Yes,372XPG 0 77 1 63 4 20 0 42 0 89 Yes. Weight without bar and chain Hand grip heater Electric carburettor. kg lbs heater,365 6 4 14 1,372XP 6 4 14 1,372XPG 6 6 14 5 Yes Yes. SERVICETOOLS,10 11 12 13 14,SERVICETOOLS,19 20 21 22. 23 24 25 26,Pos Description Used for Order No,1 Piston stop Locking the crankshaft 504 91 06 05.
2 Cover plate inlet Sealing off inlet 578 09 56 01. 3 Cover plate exhaust Sealing off exhaust outlet 502 71 39 01. 4 Pressure tester Pressurising for pressure testing 531 03 06 23. 5 Extractor Removing crankshaft 502 51 61 01, 27 6 Puller Removing bearings crankshaft 504 90 90 01. 7 Holding tool Flywheel removal 502 51 49 01,8 Puller Flywheel removal 502 50 26 01. 9 Piston ring clamp Fitting the piston 502 50 70 01. 10 Oil seal driver Inserting clutch side oil seal 502 52 21 01. 11 Oil seal driver Inserting flywheel side oil seal 502 52 20 01. 12 Extractor Removing clutch side 502 50 55 01,crankcase seal. 28 13 Extractor Removing flywheel side 504 91 40 01. crankcase seal, 5 14 Assembly tool Reassembling crankshaft 502 50 30 15. 15 Feeler gauge air gap Setting ignition unit 502 51 34 02. 17 Extractor Removing large AV springs 502 52 18 02. 18 Tachometer Setting the carburettor 502 71 14 01. 5 0 19 Test spark plug Testing ignition unit 502 71 13 01. 20 Clutch tool Clutch dismantling assembly 502 52 22 01. 0 21 Assembly pliers Assembling spark plug guard 502 50 06 01. 29 22 Fuel filter hook Withdrawing the fuel filter 502 50 83 01. 23 Clamp stand Clamping the saw 502 51 02 01,24 Allen driver 3 mm For M4 bolts 502 50 86 01.
24 Allen driver 4 mm For M5 bolts 502 50 87 01,25 Allen key 3 mm For M4 bolts 502 50 19 01. 25 Allen key 4 mm For M5 bolts 502 50 18 01, 26 Adjustemnt screwdriver Adjustment of the carburettor 530 03 55 60. 27 Adjustment screwdriver Adjustment of the carburettor 501 60 02 03. 28 Adjuster kit 3 pcs Adjustment of the carburettor 585 07 17 01. 29 T handle Torx T10 For torx screws 588 52 41 01,29 T handle Torx T20 For torx screws 588 59 85 01. 29 T handle Torx T27 For torx screws 502 71 27 03,SERVICE DATA Allen screws. 12 14 Nm 5 mm,14 15 Nm 16 mm,1 5 2 Nm 4 mm,3 4Nm 4 mm.
12 14 Nm 13 mm,22 25 Nm 13 mm,6 8 Nm 4 mm,5 6 Nm 4 mm. 12 14 Nm 5 mm,8 10 Nm 5 mm,15 Nm 13 mm,Key to diagrams. Figures next to components which are attached using bolts. give the appropriate tightening torques in Nm,Lubricate with two stroke oil. Lubricate with saw chain oil,Lubricate with grease. 10 English,SERVICE DATA Allen screws,8 10 Nm 4 mm,2 3 Nm 4 mm.
3 4 Nm 4 mm,2 5 3 5 Nm 4 mm,4 5 Nm 4 mm,7 8 Nm 4 mm. 3 4 Nm 4 mm,8 10 Nm 4 mm,8 10 Nm 4 mm,8 10 Nm 4 mm. 7 8 Nm 4 mm,5 6 Nm 4 mm,English 11,SERVICE DATA Torx screws. x4 12 14 Nm T27,14 15Nm 16 mm,1 5 2Nm T20,12 14Nm 13 mm. 22 25Nm 13 mm,12 14 Nm T27 5 6Nm T27,8 10 Nm T27 1 2Nm T10.
Min 15Nm 13 mm,1 2Nm T10 1 2Nm T10,Key to diagrams. Figures next to components which are attached using bolts. give the appropriate tightening torques in Nm,Lubricate with two stroke oil 1 2Nm T10. Lubricate with saw chain oil,Lubricate with grease. 12 English,SERVICE DATA Torx screws,8 10 Nm T27,2 3Nm T 27. 2 5 3 5Nm T27,x1 6 7Nm T 27 3 4Nm T27,x4 4 5Nm T27.
1 1 5Nm T10,8 10Nm T27,8 10 Nm T 27,8 10Nm T27,x6 7 8Nm T27. English 13,SAFETY EQUIPMENT,Chain brake,Dismantling. 1 First remove the following components,Chain and guide bar. Centrifugal clutch, 2 Push the hand guard forward so that the chain brake. is on See fig 1, 3 Unscrew hand guard two bolts Note sleeving on the.
starter side See fig 2 Fig 1,4 Remove bolt A and chain guide plate See fig 1. 5 Undo the four bolts B and remove the chain brake. assembly cover See fig 1,Check that the chain brake is in the on. position If it is not the pressure spring,can fly up causing personal injury. 6 Press down the retaining bush C and remove the,lever arm D See fig 3. 7 Remove the pressure spring by freeing the rearward. end with a screwdriver See fig 4,8 Remove the toggle joint E with attached brake.
strap See fig 4 Fig 3, 9 Disconnect the brake strap from the toggle joint. 10 Take out the retaining bush C and spring See fig 3. Inspection,Clean and inspect all components, The brake strap thickness must not be less than 0 8 mm. at any point See fig 5,14 English,SAFETY EQUIPMENT. Reassembly,Assemble the chain brake as follows, 1 Reattach the toggle joint and brake strap See fig 5. 2 Grease the toggle joint E moving parts and locate. the assembly in the chainsaw See fig 6,3 Grease and insert the lever arm D See fig 3.
min 0 8 mm, 4 Grease and insert the retaining bush C and spring. 5 Locate the chain brake assembly cover four bolts. B Tighten the screws to 4 Nm See fig 1 Fig 5, 6 Locate the chain guide plate with bolt A See fig 1. 7 Attach the hand guard with the sleeving on the,starter side See fig 2. 8 Draw back the hand guard so that the chain brake is. in the off position C, 9 Check that the brake strap is seated correctly in the. recess F in the crankcase See fig 6,10 Assemble the following components.
Centrifugal clutch,Chain and guide bar,Checking brake operation F. After repair the chain brake must be,checked in accordance with the fol. lowing instructions,For this test the motor should not be running. Test the chain brake cut in as follows, 1 Hold the saw over a stable surface as shown in fig 7. The distance between the guide bar and the,surface is given in the table below.
Guide bar length L Height H,15 20 inches 50 cm,21 28 inches 70 cm. 29 32 inches 80 cm, 2 Let go of the front hand grip and let the chainsaw H. pivot round on the rear hand grip, 3 When the guide bar hits the surface the chain brake. Always use Husqvarna original Spares Service tools Accessories For specifi c procedures special tools are required In this workshop manual all the service tools required are listed Their use is described in the appropriate section Tools The manual should be read and understood by all personnel who will carry out service and repair work on the chainsaw The manual is also

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