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Following on from husky hedge cutters not running, now a brand new husky blower will not run on aspen.

 

HAVE I GOT A DODGY CAN OF ASPEN ????

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5 minutes ago, miker said:

Following on from husky hedge cutters not running, now a brand new husky blower will not run on aspen.

 

HAVE I GOT A DODGY CAN OF ASPEN ????

Dunno but sounds like you,d have been better off sticking to pump fuel

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I bought a husky 525 hand held blower was going to run it on aspen and it just didn’t like it. Sent back for a retune was never right. Back on pump fuel ran really well.

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2 minutes ago, butters said:

I bought a husky 525 hand held blower was going to run it on aspen and it just didn’t like it. Sent back for a retune was never right. Back on pump fuel ran really well.

thats what i have, stuff the aspen, im going back to regular 2 stroke, never had any problems in 30 years with pump fuel

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Been running aspen and stihl motomix for 3-4 years now on all my saws.
Never had a problem.
I buy motomix in 55 litre drums
as we burn through it.
Would never go back to pump fuel.

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9 hours ago, miker said:

thats what i have, stuff the aspen, im going back to regular 2 stroke, never had any problems in 30 years with pump fuel

By all means go back to pump fuel, its a viable alternative to Aspen but does need better 'fuel management', something easily achieved by using common sense.
That said, your machines are both quite capable of being run on Aspen once the problems with the machines have been identified and sorted. The problems will without doubt lie with the machine rather than the fuel and it would be rather nice to get to the bottom of this.

Whereabouts in the country are you?

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7 minutes ago, GardenKit said:

By all means go back to pump fuel, its a viable alternative to Aspen but does need better 'fuel management', something easily achieved by using common sense.
That said, your machines are both quite capable of being run on Aspen once the problems with the machines have been identified and sorted. The problems will without doubt lie with the machine rather than the fuel and it would be rather nice to get to the bottom of this.

Whereabouts in the country are you?

He said new machine so should be nothing wrong if when he bought it was ran up on aspen when tuned up at shop, but maybe it wasn't. 

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