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Position 19 20
359 Article 78-89 29-21 70-89 08-46 59-31 08-04 30-37 04-85 52-10 80-08 90-21 70-85 66-22 00-89 30-02 99-89 30-23 00-15 93-15 27-01 Quantity 1 1
CHAIN BRAKE Notes Kit 1 1

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Position 16 17
359 Article 01-23 00-06 93-89 16-89 15-02 71-11 64-10 11-96 75-21 74-09 18-91 27-91 29-98 00-93 48-45 74-59 80-25 52-10 34-16 69-01 Quantity 1 1
CLUTCH & OIL PUMP Notes Kit 1 1
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Position 3 4

359 Article 80-84 59-63 97-98 74-01 Quantity 1 1


14 A 85-01 Set of gaskets

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359 Article 73-25 56-47 22-28 90-43 12-96 66-91 66-91 65-71 53-55 22-53 33-02 26-23 51-97 85-01 Quantity 1 1
RCJ 7Y A = Set of gaskets


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359 Article 68-22 02-25 56-01 Quantity 1
CRANK SHAFT Notes Kit 1 1


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359 Article 69-53 68-91 74-20 07-20 07-70 64-70 68-12 87-78 58-53 68-91 74-20 07-20 07-76 Quantity 1


FF E-tech 6 6

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359 Article 09-01 09-01 09-96 27-53 41-01 10-86 95-86 97-96 76-93 87-20 30-06 44-32 51-92 25-92 85-92 87-43 88-25 13-02 Quantity 1 1

359 CRANKCASE 24 25

39 A 85-01

Set of gaskets

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Position 39

359 Article 53-12 07-20 08-90 56-22 02-87 54-90 56-20 07-02 61-40 35-20 25-20 02-27 57-21 51-86 92-92 79-21 75-86 93-14 65-02 18-97 38-89 24-43 65-21 74-93 54-07 12-21 88-37 79-21 39-89 47-92 90-21 74-86 92-21 51-27 57-21 52-57 89-21 50-97 85-01 Quantity 1


A = Set of gaskets


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359 Article 30-35 95-32 49-18 25-85 45-85 44-99 86-85 41-21 88-21 52-21 52-57 89-21 50-92 31-21 88-44 32-96 43-32 50-02 Quantity 1 1

FUEL TANK Notes Kit 1 1

E-tech 10 10

359 HANDLE 5 4

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Position 8

359 Article 65-25 65-32 74-32 73-92 61-21 38-21 88-92 33-21 88-72 Quantity 2
HANDLE Notes G G G G G Kit 2


Heated carburettor

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359 Article 87-48 54-04 70-21 55-33 02-20 25-22 04-92 18-92 18-81 81-23 00-10 36-81 99-04 32-06 04-98 63-60 96-92 18-89 87-05 Quantity 1
G 8, 17 8, 17 8, 17 8, 17 G G G G, Heated carburettor G, Heated carburettor

359 STARTER 2 3



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359 Article 06-21 52-06 59-30 51-21 29-09 31-93 07-63 06-54 39-08 03-32 48-32 48-32 48-32 48-32 48-32 48-92 89-01 Quantity 1
STARTER Notes Kit 359G 359G carb heat 359 E-tech 359G E-tech 359G carb heat E-tech



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43 B 68-01 Set of gaskets 42

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359 Article 30-48 05-17 60-17 59-22 39-08 21-17 64-48 00-17 63-17 62-17 78-53 56-23 67-52 36-17 72-17 71-05 67-17 66-17 57-48 18-17 70-17 61-01 25-01 26-90 31-48 08-17 85-90 34-90 33-17 86-90 32-53 57-48 11-02 73-48 19-17 69-47 90-17 75-38 02-61 66-17 68-47 96-23 68-01 Quantity 1
CARBURETTOR Notes Kit 1, 43 1, 1, 43 1, 1 B = Set of gaskets
359 Accessories Zubehre Accessories Accesorios Tillbehr

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359 Article 85-69 17-55 86-55 86-62 12-91 14-97 88-21 70-42 01-00 Quantity 1

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359 Article 87-01 10-89 87-04 32-98 63-11 68-06 04-04 35-01 Quantity 1 1


Operators manual

357XP/XPG, 357XP E-tech 357XPG E-tech 359/G, 359 E-tech, 359G E-tech
Please read the operators manual carefully and make sure you understand the instructions before using the machine.



Symbols on the machine:

WARNING! Chain saws can be dangerous! Careless or incorrect use can result in serious or fatal injury to the operator or others. Please read the operators manual carefully and make sure you understand the instructions before using the machine. Always wear: Approved protective helmet Approved hearing protection Regular cleaning is required.
Symbols in the operators manual:
Switch off the engine by moving the stop switch to the STOP position before carrying out any checks or maintenance. Always wear approved protective gloves.
Protective goggles or a visor This product is in accordance with applicable EC directives. Noise emission to the environment according to the European Communitys Directive. The machines emission is specied in chapter Technical data and on label. WARNING!

Visual check.

Protective goggles or a visor must be worn.
Decompression valve: The valve is to reduce the pressure in the cylinder and make starting easier. You should always use the decompression valve when starting the machine. Ignition; choke: Set the choke control in the choke position. This should automatically set the stop switch to the start position. Air purge


Filling with oil and adjusting oil ow.
The chain brake must be engaged when the chain saw is started. Adjustment of the oil pump WARNING! Kickback may occur when the nose or tip of the guide bar touches an object, and cause a lightning fast reverse reaction, kicking the guide bar up and towards the operator. May cause serious personal injury.
If your machine bears this symbol it is equipped with a catalytic converter. Chain brake, activated (right) Chain brake, not activated (left) Other symbols/decals on the machine refer to special certication requirements for certain markets.

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KEY TO SYMBOLS Symbols on the machine:.. Symbols in the operators manual:.. CONTENTS Contents... INTRODUCTION Dear Customer,.. WHAT IS WHAT? What is what on the chain saw?.. GENERAL SAFETY PRECAUTIONS Before using a new chain saw.. Important.. Always use common sense.. Personal protective equipment.. Machines safety equipment.. Cutting equipment.. ASSEMBLY Fitting the bar and chain.. FUEL HANDLING Fuel... Fuelling... Fuel safety.. STARTING AND STOPPING Star ting and stopping.. WORKING TECHNIQUES Before use:... General working instructions.. How to avoid kickback.. MAINTENANCE General... Carburettor adjustment... Carburettor with movement limiters.. Carburettor without movement limiters.. Checking, maintaining and servicing chain saw safety equipment.. Mufer... Starter... Air lter... Spark plug.. Lubricating the bar tip sprocket.. Needle bearing lubrication.. Adjustment of the oil pump.. Cooling system... Air Injection centrifugal cleaning. Winter use.. Heated handles.. Maintenance schedule... Technical data Technical data.. Bar and chain combinations.. Saw chain ling and le gauges.. EC-declaration of conformity.. 42 43

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Dear Customer,

Congratulations on your choice to buy a Husqvarna product! Husqvarna is based on a tradition that dates back to 1689, when the Swedish King Karl XI ordered the construction of a factory on the banks of the Husqvarna River, for production of muskets. The location was logical, since water power was harnessed from the Huskvarna River to create the waterpowered plant. During the more than 300 years of beeing, the Husqvarna factory has produced a lot of different products, from wood stoves to modern kitchen appliances, sewing machines, bicycles, motorcycles etc. In 1956, the rst motor driven lawn mowers appeared, followed by chain saws in 1959, and it is within this area Husqvarna is working today. Today Husqvarna is one of the leading manufacturers in the world of forest and garden products, with quality as our highest priority. The business concept is to develop, manufacture and market motor driven products for forestry and gardening as well as for building and construction industry. Husqvarnas aim is also to be in the front edge according to ergonomics, usability, security and environmental protection. That is the reason why we have developed many different features to provide our products within these areas. We are convinced that you will appreciate with great satisfaction the quality and performance of our product for a very long time to come. The purchase of one of our products gives you access to professional help with repairs and service whenever this may be necessary. If the retailer who sells your machine is not one of our authorised dealers, ask for the address of your nearest service workshop. It is our wish that you will be satised with your product and that it will be your companion for a long time. Think of this operators manual as a valuable document. By following its content (using, service, maintenance etc) the life span and the second-hand value of the machine can be extended. If you will sell this machine, make sure that the buyer will get the operators manual. Thank you for using a Husqvarna product. 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.

The chain brake must be engaged when the chain saw is started to prevent the saw chain from rotating.
Use the chain brake as a parking brake when starting and when moving over short distances, to

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If the kickback is less violent or the kickback zone of the bar is closer to you the chain brake will be activated manually by the movement of your left hand.
Will my chain brake always protect me from injury in the event of a kickback?
No. First, the chain brake must be in working order to provide the intended protection. Second, it must be activated during the kickback as described above to stop the saw chain. Third, the chain brake may be activated but if the bar is too close to you the brake might not have enough time to slow down and stop the chain before the chain saw hits you.
In the felling position the left hand is in a position that makes manual activation of the chain brake impossible. With this type of grip, that is when the left hand is placed so that it cannot affect the movement of the front hand guard, the chain brake can only be activated by the inertia action.
Only you and proper working technique can eliminate kickback and its danger.

Throttle lockout

The throttle lockout is designed to prevent accidental operation of the throttle control. When you press the lock (A) (i.e. when you grasp the handle) it releases the throttle control (B). When you release the handle the throttle control and the throttle lockout both move back to their original positions. This arrangement means that the throttle control is automatically locked at the idle setting.
Will my hand always activate the chain brake during a kickback?
No. It takes a certain force to move the hand guard forward. If your hand only lightly touches the front guard or slips over it, the force may not be enough to trigger the chain brake. You should also maintain a rm grip of the chain saw handles while working. If you do and experience a kickback, your hand may never leave the front handle and will not activate the chain brake, or the chain brake will only activate after the saw has swung around a considerable distance. In such instances, the chain brake might not have enough time to stop the saw chain before it touches you. There are also certain positions in which your hand cannot reach the front hand guard to activate the chain brake; for example, when the saw chain is held in felling position.

WARNING! Overexposure to vibration can lead to circulatory damage or nerve damage in people who have impaired circulation. Contact your doctor if you experience symptoms of overexposure to vibration. Such symptoms include numbness, loss of feeling, tingling, pricking, pain, loss of strength, changes in skin colour or condition. These symptoms normally appear in the ngers, hands or wrists. These symptoms may be increased in cold temperatures.

Cutting equipment

This section describes how to choose and maintain your cutting equipment in order to: Reduce the risk of kickback. Reduce the risk of the saw chain breaking or jumping off the bar. Obtain optimal cutting performance. Extend the life of cutting equipment.

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Avoid increasing vibration levels. Bar The smaller the tip radius the lower the chance of kickback. Chain A chain is made up of a number of links, which are available in standard and low-kickback versions. IMPORTANT! No saw chain design eliminates the danger of kickback. WARNING! Any contact with a rotating saw chain can cause extremely serious injuries.

General rules

Only use cutting equipment recommended by us! See instructions under the heading Technical data.
Keep the chains cutting teeth properly sharpened! Follow our instructions and use the recommended le gauge. A damaged or badly sharpened chain increases the risk of accidents.
Some terms that describe the bar and chain Maintain the correct depth gauge setting! Follow our instructions and use the recommended depth gauge clearance. Too large a clearance increases the risk of kickback. To maintain the safety features of the cutting equipment, you should replace a worn or damaged bar or chain with a bar and chain combinations recommended by Husqvarna. See instructions under the heading Technical Data for a list of replacement bar and chain combinations we recommend. Bar Keep the chain properly tensioned! If the chain is slack it is more likely to jump off and lead to increased wear on the bar, chain and drive sprocket. Number of teeth on bar tip sprocket (T). Length (inches/cm)
Keep cutting equipment well lubricated and properly maintained! A poorly lubricated chain is more likely to break and lead to increased wear on the bar, chain and drive sprocket.

Raise the tip of the bar and stretch the chain by tightening the chain tensioning screw using the

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combination spanner. Tighten the chain until it does not sag from the underside of the bar. The saw chain oil tank and the fuel tank are designed so that the fuel runs out before the saw chain oil. However, this safety feature requires that you use the right sort of chain oil (if the oil is too thin it will run out before the fuel), and that you adjust the carburetor as recommended (a lean mixture may mean that the fuel lasts longer than the oil) and that you also use the recommended cutting equipment (a bar that is too long will use more chain oil). Checking chain lubrication Check the chain lubrication each time you refuel. See instructions under the heading Lubricating the bar tip sprocket. Aim the tip of the bar at a light coloured surface about 20 cm (8 inches) away. After 1 minute running at 3/4 throttle you should see a distinct line of oil on the light surface.
Use the combination spanner to tighten the bar nuts while lifting the tip of the bar at the same time. Check that you can pull the chain round freely by hand and that it does not sag from the underside of the bar.
The position of the chain tensioning screw on our chain saws varies from model to model. See instructions under the heading What is what? to nd out where it is on your model.
Lubricating cutting equipment

Chain oil

WARNING! Poor lubrication of cutting equipment may cause the chain to snap, which could lead to serious, even fatal injuries.
Chain oil must demonstrate good adhesion to the chain and also maintain its ow characteristics regardless of whether it is warm summer or cold winter weather. As a chain saw manufacturer we have developed an optimal chain oil which, with its vegetable oil base, is also biodegradable. We recommend the use of our own oil for both maximum chain life and to minimise environmental damage. If our own chain oil is not available, standard chain oil is recommended. Never use waste oil! Using waste oil can be dangerous to you and damage the machine and environment.
If the chain lubrication is not working: Check that the oil channel in the bar is not obstructed. Clean if necessary.
IMPORTANT! When using vegetable based saw chain oil, dismantle and clean the groove in the bar and saw chain before long-term storage. Otherwise there is a risk of the saw chain oil oxidizing, which will result in the saw chain becoming stiff and the bar tip sprocket jamming. Filling with chain oil All our chain saws have an automatic chain lubrication system. On some models the oil ow is also adjustable.

Warm engine

Use the same procedure as for starting a cold engine but without setting the choke control in the choke position. The correct choke/start throttle setting is obtained by moving the choke control to the choke position and then pushing it in again.

Cold engine

Starting: The chain brake must be engaged when the chain saw is started. Activate the brake by moving the front hand guard forwards.


Ignition; choke: Set the choke control in the choke position. This should automatically set the stop switch to the start position. Start throttle: The correct choke/start throttle setting is obtained by moving the control to the choke position.
Grip the front handle with your left hand. Hold the chain saw on the ground by placing your right foot through the rear handle. Pull the starter handle with your right hand and pull out the starter cord slowly until you feel a resistance (as the starter pawls engage) then pull rmly and rapidly. Never twist the starter cord around your hand. CAUTION! Do not pull the starter cord all the way out and do not let go of the starter handle when the cord is fully extended. This can damage the machine.
If the machine is tted with a decompression valve (A): Press the valve to reduce the pressure in the cylinder and make starting easier. You should always use the decompression valve when starting the machine. Once Push in the choke control as soon as the engine res and keep pulling until the engine starts. When the engine starts, quickly apply full throttle; the throttle start lock will automatically disengage.

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As the chain brake is still engaged the speed of the engine must be set to idling as soon as possible, this is achieved by quickly disengaging the throttle lock. This prevents unnecessary wear to the clutch, clutch drum and brake band. Observe your surroundings and make sure that there is no risk of people or animals coming into contact with the cutting equipment.
Note! Reactivate the chain brake by pushing the front hand guard back towards the front handle. The chain saw is now ready for use. Always hold the saw with both hands. The right hand should be on the rear handle, and the left hand on the front handle. All people, whether right or left handed, should use this grip. Use a rm grip with thumbs and ngers encircling the chain saw handles.
WARNING! Long term inhalation of the engines exhaust fumes, chain oil mist and dust from sawdust can represent a health risk.
Never start a chain saw unless the bar, chain and all covers are tted correctly. See instructions under the heading Assembly. Without a bar and chain attached to the chain saw the clutch can come loose and cause serious injury.


The chain brake should be activated when starting. Se instructions under the heading Start and stop. Do not drop start. This method is very dangerous because you may lose control of the saw. The engine is stopped by pushing the stop switch to the stop position.

Never start the machine indoors. Exhaust fumes can be dangerous if inhaled.

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Before use:

To ensure that people, animals or other things cannot affect your control of the machine. To make sure that none of the above might come within reach of your saw or be injured by falling trees.
Check that the chain brake works correctly and is not damaged. Check that the rear right hand guard is not damaged. Check that the throttle lockout works correctly and is not damaged. Check that the stop switch works correctly and is not damaged. Check that all handles are free from oil. Check that the anti vibration system works and is not damaged. Check that the mufer is securely attached and not damaged. Check that all parts of the chain saw are tightened correctly and that they are not damaged or missing. Check that the chain catcher is in place and not damaged. 3 CAUTION! Follow the instructions above, but do not use a chain saw in a situation where you cannot call for help in case of an accident. 2 Do not use the machine in bad weather, such as dense fog, heavy rain, strong wind, intense cold, etc. Working in bad weather is tiring and often brings added risks, such as icy ground, unpredictable felling direction, etc. Take great care when removing small branches and avoid cutting bushes (i.e. cutting many small branches at the same time). Small branches can be grabbed by the chain and thrown back at you, causing serious injury.
10 Check the chain tension.
General working instructions
IMPORTANT! This section describes basic safety rules for using a chain saw. This information is never a substitute for professional skills and experience. If you get into a situation where you feel unsafe, stop and seek expert advice. Contact your chain saw dealer, service agent or an experienced chain saw user. Do not attempt any task that you feel unsure of! Before using a chain saw you must understand the effects of kickback and how to avoid them. See instructions under the heading How to avoid kickback. Before using a chain saw you must understand the difference between cutting with the top and bottom edges of the bar. See instructions under the headings How to avoid kickback and Machines safety equipment. Wear personal protective equipment. See instructions under the heading Personal protective equipment.

Fine adjustment

When the machine has been run-in the carburettor should be nely adjusted. The ne adjustment should be carried out by a qualied person. First adjust the L-jet, then the idling screw T and then the H-jet.
Changing the type of fuel
Fine tuning may be required if the chain saw, after changing the type of fuel, performs differently with regard to starting, acceleration, maximum speed, etc.


Before any adjustments are made the air lter should be clean and the cylinder cover tted. Adjusting the carburettor while a dirty air lter is in use will result in a leaner mixture next time the lter is cleaned. This can give rise to serious engine damage. Do not attempt to adjust the L and H jets beyond either stop as this could cause damage. Now start the machine according to the starting instructions and let it warm up for 10 minutes.
Place the machine on a at surface so that the bar points away from you and so that the bar and chain do not come into contact with the surface or other objects. The carburettor governs the engines speed via the throttle control. Air and fuel are mixed in the carburettor. The air/fuel mixture is adjustable. Correct adjustment is essential to get the best performance from the machine. The satisfactory operation of a catalytic converter depends, among other factors, on the correct adjustment of the carburettor. Carefully follow the instructions below, using a tachometer as an aid. Adjusting the carburettor means that the engine is adapted to local operating conditions, e.g. climate, altitude, petrol and the type of 2-stroke oil. The carburettor has three adjustment controls: - L = Low speed jet - H = High speed jet - T = Idle adjustment screw

Low speed jet L

Turn the low speed jet L clockwise until it stops. If the engine accelerates poorly or idles unevenly, turn the low speed jet L anticlockwise until good acceleration and idling are achieved.
Fine adjustment of the idle speed T
Adjust the idle speed with the T-screw. If it is necessary to re-adjust, turn the T-screw clockwise while the engine is running, until the chain starts to rotate. Then turn anticlockwise until the chain stops. When the idle speed is correctly adjusted the engine should run smoothly in every position and the engine speed should be safely below the speed at which the chain starts to rotate.

Before any adjustments are made the air lter should be clean and the cylinder cover tted. Adjusting the carburettor while a dirty air lter is in use will result in a leaner mixture next time the lter is cleaned. This can give rise to serious engine damage. Carefully turn the L and H-jets clockwise as far as they will go. Now turn the jets one turn anti-clockwise. The carburettor is now set to H = 1 and L = 1. Now start the machine according to the starting instructions and let it warm up for 10 minutes. Place the machine on a at surface so that the bar points away from you and so that the bar and chain do not come into contact with the surface or other objects.
You have now run the machine at settings of H =0, H=+1/4, H=+1/2 relative to the basic settings. At full throttle the engine has sounded different for each setting. The H-jet is correctly adjusted when the machine burbles a little. If the machine screams then the machine is set too lean. If the mufer emits a lot of smoke and the machine burbles a lot then the setting is too rich. Turn the H-jet clockwise until the setting sounds right
CAUTION! To ensure correct adjustment you should enlist a qualied mechanic who has access to a tachometer. The recommended maximum fast idle speed must not be exceeded.
When the carburettor is correctly adjusted the machine accelerates without hesitation and 4-cycles a little at full throttle. It is also important that the chain does not rotate at idle. If the L-jet is set too lean it may cause starting difculties and poor acceleration. If the H-jet is set too lean the machine will have less power, poor acceleration and could suffer damage to the engine. If both the L and H jets are set too rich it will results in acceleration problems or too low a working speed.

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Checking, maintaining and servicing chain saw safety equipment
Note! All service and repair work on the machine demands special training. This is especially true of the machines safety equipment. If your machine fails any of the checks described below we recommend that you take it to your service workshop. Checking the inertia brake release
Place the chain saw, with the engine switched off, on a stump or other stable surface. Release the front handle and let the saw fall by its own weight, rotating around the rear handle towards the stump.

Checking brake band wear

Brush off any wood dust, resin and dirt from the chain brake and clutch drum. Dirt and wear can impair operation of the brake.
When the bar hits the stump the brake should be applied.
Checking the brake trigger Regularly check that the brake band is at least 0.6 mm thick at its thinnest point. Checking the front hand guard Place the chain saw on rm ground and start it. Make sure the chain does not touch the ground or any other object. See the instructions under the heading Start and stop.

Never use a machine that has a faulty mufer.


Regularly check that the mufer is securely attached to the machine.
WARNING! When the recoil spring is wound up in the starter housing it is under tension and can, if handled carelessly, pop out and cause personal injury. Care must be exercised when replacing the return spring or the starter cord. Wear protective glasses and protective gloves.
Changing a broken or worn starter cord
Some mufers are equipped with a special spark arrestor mesh. If your machine has this type of mufer, you should clean the mesh at least once a week. This is best done with a wire brush. A blocked mesh will cause the engine to overheat and may lead to serious damage. Note! The mesh must be replaced if it is damaged. If the mesh is blocked the machine will overheat and this will cause damage to the cylinder and piston. Never use a machine with a mufer that is in poor condition. Never
Loosen the screws that hold the starter against the crankcase and remove the starter.

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Pull out the cord approx. 30 cm and hook it into the notch in the rim of the pulley. Release the recoil spring by letting the pulley rotate slowly backwards. Remember that the recoil spring is coiled under tension in the starter housing. Remove the cassette with the recoil spring from the starter. Lubricate the recoil spring with light oil. Fit the cassette with recoil spring in the starter. Fit the starter pulley and tension the recoil spring.
Undo the screw in the centre of the pulley and remove the pulley. Insert and fasten a new starter cord to the pulley. Wind approx. 3 turns of the starter cord onto the pulley. Connect the pulley to the recoil spring so that the end of the spring engages in the pulley. Fit the screw in the centre of the pulley. Insert the starter cord through the hole in the starter housing and the starter handle. Make a secure knot in the end of the starter cord.

Fitting the starter

To t the starter, rst pull out the starter cord and place the starter in position against the crankcase. Then slowly release the starter cord so that the pulley engages with the pawls. Fit and tighten the screws that hold the starter.

Tensioning the recoil spring
Hook the starter cord in the notch in the pulley and turn the starter pulley about 2 turns clockwise. Note! Check that the pulley can be turned at least a further 1/2 turn when the starter cord is pulled all the way out.

Air lter

The air lter must be regularly cleaned to remove dust and dirt in order to avoid: Lift up the starter pulley. See instructions under the heading Changing a broken or worn starter cord. Carburettor malfunctions Starting problems Loss of engine power Unnecessary wear to engine parts. Excessive fuel consumption. Remove the air lter after taking off the air lter cover. When retting make sure that the air lter seals tightly
Changing a broken recoil spring

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against the lter holder. Clean the lter by brushing or shaking it.
Lubricating the bar tip sprocket
Lubricate the bar tip sprocket each time you refuel. Use the special grease gun and a good quality bearing grease.
The lter can be cleaned more thoroughly by washing it in water and detergent. An air lter that has been in use for a long time cannot be cleaned completely. The lter must therefore be replaced with a new one at regular intervals. A damaged air lter must always be replaced. A HUSQVARNA chain saw can be equipped with different types of air lter according to working conditions, weather, season, etc. Contact your dealer for advice.
Needle bearing lubrication
The clutch drum has a needle bearing on the output shaft. This needle bearing must be lubricated regularly (once a week). When lubricating, remove the clutch cover by loosening the two bar nuts. Lay the saw on its side with the clutch drum upwards. Lubrication involves grease being squirted into the centre of the crankshaft using a grease gun.

Spark plug

The spark plug condition is inuenced by: Incorrect carburettor adjustment. An incorrect fuel mixture (too much or incorrect type of oil). A dirty air lter.
These factors cause deposits on the spark plug electrodes, which may result in operating problems and starting difculties. If the machine is low on power, difcult to start or runs poorly at idle speed: always check the spark plug rst before taking any further action. If the spark plug is dirty, clean it and check that the electrode gap is 0.5 mm. The spark plug should be replaced after about a month in operation or earlier if necessary.
Adjustment of the oil pump
The oil pump is adjustable. Adjustments are made by turning the screw using a screwdriver or combination spanner. The machine is supplied from the factory with the screw set to position 2. Turning the screw clockwise
Note! Always use the recommended spark plug type! Use of the wrong spark plug can damage the piston/cylinder. Check that the spark plug is tted with a suppressor.

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will reduce the oil ow and turning the screw anticlockwise will increase the oil ow. because the higher exhaust temperature requires efcient cooling of the engine and the catalytic converter unit.
Air Injection centrifugal cleaning
Centrifugal cleaning means the following: All air to the carburettor passes through the starter. Dirt and dust is centrifuged out by the cooling fan.
Recommended settings: Bar 13"-15": Position 1 Bar 15"-18": Position 2 Bar 18"-20": Position 3 IMPORTANT! In order to maintain operation of the centrifugal cleaning system it must be regularly maintained. Clean the air intake to the starter, the ns on the ywheel, the space around the ywheel, inlet pipe and carburettor compartment.
WARNING! The engine must not be running when making adjustments.

Cooling system

Winter use
Running problems can occur when using the machine in the cold and snowy conditions caused by: Too low engine temperature. Icing of the air lter and carburettor. Partly mask the air inlet on the starter to increase the working temperature of the engine. Preheat the intake air to the carburettor by using the heat from the cylinder.
To keep the working temperature as low as possible the machine is equipped with a cooling system. The cooling system consists of: 5 Air intake on the starter. Air guide plate. Fins on the ywheel. Cooling ns on the cylinder. Cylinder cover (directs cold air over the cylinder).
Special measures are therefore often required:
Temperature 0C or colder:
The cylinder cover is designed so it can be adjusted for running in cold weather. Twist the winter ap so that preheated air from the cylinder can pass into the carburettor space preventing icing of the air lter, etc.
Clean the cooling system with a brush once a week, more often in demanding conditions. A dirty or blocked cooling system results in the machine overheating which causes damage to the piston and cylinder. Note! The cooling system on a chain saw with catalytic converter must be cleaned daily. This is particularly important on chain saws with catalytic converters, For temperatures below -5C and/or in snow conditions there is also:

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a special cover (A) for the starter housing a winter plug (B) for the air nozzle that is tted as shown.
These reduce the ow of cooling air and prevent large amounts of snow from being sucked into the carburettor space. CAUTION! When the winter plug is tted the winter ap must be open! IMPORTANT! If the temperature rises above -5C or 0C respectively the machine MUST be restored to its normal set-up. Otherwise there is a risk of overheating, which can cause severe engine damage.

Heated handles

(357 XPG, 359 G) On models with the designation XPG/G, the front as well as the rear handle are equipped with electric heating coils. These are supplied with electricity from a built-in generator on the chain saw. When the switch is pushed downwards, the heat is switched on. When the switch is pushed upwards, the heat is switched off.
Electrical carburettor heating
(357 XPG, 359 G) On models with the designation CARBURETOR HEATING there is an electrically heated carburetor. Electrically powered heating prevents ice formation in the carburetor. A thermostat regulates the heating so that the carburetor always has the right working temperature.

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Maintenance schedule
The following is a list of the maintenance that must be performed on the machine. Most of the items are described in the Maintenance section. Daily maintenance Weekly maintenance On chain saws without a catalytic converter, check the cooling system weekly. Check the starter, starter cord and return spring. Monthly maintenance Check the brake band on the chain brake for wear. Replace when less than 0.6 mm (0,024 inch) remains at the most worn point. Check the clutch centre, clutch drum and clutch spring for wear.
Clean the outside of the machine.
Check that the components of the throttle control work safely. (Throttle lockout and throttle control.) Clean the chain brake and check that it operates safely. Make sure that the chain catcher is undamaged, and replace it if necessary. The bar should be turned daily for more even wear. Check the lubrication hole in the bar, to be sure it is not clogged. Clean the bar groove. If the bar has a sprocket tip, this should be lubricated. Check that the bar and chain are getting sufcient oil. Check the saw chain with regard to visible cracks in the rivets and links, whether the saw chain is stiff or whether the rivets and links are abnormally worn. Replace if necessary. Sharpen the chain and check its tension and condition. Check the drive sprocket for excessive wear and replace if necessary. Clean the starter units air intake. Check that nuts and screws are tight. Check that the stop switch works correctly. Check that there are no fuel leaks from the engine, tank or fuel lines. On chain saws with a catalytic converter, check the cooling system daily.
Check that the vibration damping elements are not damaged.
Clean the spark plug. Check that the electrode gap is 0.5 mm.
Lubricate the clutch drum bearing.
Clean the outside of the carburettor.
File off any burrs from the edges of the bar.
Check the fuel lter and the fuel hose. Replace if necessary.
Clean or replace the spark arrestor mesh on the mufer.
Empty the fuel tank and clean the inside.

Clean the carburettor compartment.
Empty the oil tank and clean the inside.
Clean the air lter. Replace if necessary.
Check all cables and connections.

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Technical data
Engine Cylinder displacement, cm3 Cylinder bore, mm Stroke, mm Idle speed, rpm Power, kW/ rpm Ignition system Spark plug Electrode gap, mm Fuel and lubrication system Fuel tank capacity, litre Oil pump capacity at 9,000 rpm, ml/min Oil tank capacity, litre Type of oil pump Weight Chain saw without bar or chain, empty tanks, kg Noise emissions (see note 1) Sound power level, measured dB(A) 113: 357 XP/G 113: 359 /G 111: 357 XP E-tech/G E111: 359 E-tech/G E-tech tech 114: 357 XP/G 114: 359 /G 112: 357 XP E-tech/G E112: 359 E-tech/G E-tech tech 101: 357 XP/G 101: 359 /G 100: 357 XP E-tech/G E100: 359 E-tech/G E-tech tech 3,9 4,2 15/38 13-24"/33-61 12-23"/31-58 0,325/8,25 3/8" /9,52 Thickness of drive links, inch/mm Type of drive sprocket/number of teeth Chain speed at max. power, m/sec 0,058/1,5 Rim/7 21,4 3,9 4,2 15/38 13-24"/33-61 12-23"/31-58 0,325/8,25 3/8" /9,52 0,058/1,5 Rim/7 20,0 5,5: 357 XP, 357 XP Etech 5,6: 357 XPG, 357 XPG E-tech 5,5: 359, 359 E-tech 5,6: 359 G, 359 G E-tech 0,68 6-17 0,38 Automatic 0,68 6-17 0,38 Automatic NGK BPMR 7A/ Champion RCJ 7Y 0,5 NGK BPMR 7A/ Champion RCJ 7Y 0,5 56,34,3,2/9600 59,34,2,9/9000
Sound power level, guaranteed L WA dB(A) Sound levels (see note 2) Equivalent sound pressure level at the operators ear, dB(A) Equivalent vibration levels, a Front handle, m/s2 Rear handle, m/s2 Chain/bar Standard bar length, inch/cm Recommended bar lengths, inch/cm Usable cutting length, inch/cm Pitch, inch/mm

(see note 3)

Note 1: Noise emissions in the environment measured as sound power (L WA) in conformity with EC directive 2000/14/EC. Note 2: Equivalent sound pressure level, according to ISO 22868, is calculated as the time-weighted energy total for different sound pressure levels under various working conditions. Typical statistical dispersion for equivalent sound pressure level is a standard deviation of 1 dB (A). Note 3: Equivalent vibration level, according to ISO 22867, is calculated as the time-weighted energy total for vibration levels under various working conditions. Reported data for equivalent vibration level has a typical statistical dispersion (standard deviation) of 1 m/s 2.

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Bar and chain combinations
The following cutting attachments are approved for the models Husqvarna 357XP and 359. The saw chain Husqvarna H30 is designed to minimize kickback (classied saw chain of low kickback type according to ANSI B175.1). Bar Length, inch 24 Pitch, inch 0,325 0,325 0,325 0,325 0,325 0,325 0,325 0,325 0,325 0,325 3/8" 3/8" 3/8" 3/8" 3/8" Gauge, mm 1,5 1,5 1,5 1,5 1,5 1,3 1,3 1,3 1,3 1,3 1,5 1,5 1,5 1,5 1,5 Max. nose radius 10T 10T 10T 10T 12T 10T 10T 10T 10T 10T 11T 11T 11T 11T 11T Husqvarna H42 Husqvarna H30 Husqvarna H25 Type Chain Length, drive links (no.) 84



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