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  1. Hello so I have a STIHL blower bg56/86 not sure, so I tried to pull it over and got one rotation out of it then the pull cord snapped I’ve had it in bits and the crank and everything looks good I’ve got the exhaust off and the carb off and it still won’t pull over but with out the spark plug in it pulls over fine no odd noises or anything I’m stumped as the cylinder looks clean, it feels like it has way too much compression and just snappes cords I’m stumped please help
  2. The following were stollen from Newthorpe/Eastwood Nottingham near Ikea on Sunday morning the 25/11/ 2018 Stihl MS661 C-M 36inch bar chain saw (red tape around handle) Serial Number: 176967692 Stihl MS261 chain saw Serial Number: Stihl MS211 14 inch bar chain saw Serial Number: 290359907 Stihl MS200T Chain saw Serial Number: 168039329 Stihl HS82RCC 30inch hedge cutter Serial Number: 183578298 Stihl SH86 C-E Vac /Blower Serial Number: 504244214 Shindaiwa M242S Power Unit (Red) Serial Number: 37004449 The police are not able to investigate as they do not have the man power so it’s up to all of us not to buy cheap tools etc. from these %$^£+* scum bags. Don’t they realise without my tools I cannot pay towards their DOLE MONEY If approached with dodgy tools exercise your right to perform a citizen’s arrest, call the cops and get these bustards arrested or if you’re that way inclined cut off their thieving hands. Remember you are next on their list. Guy The Garden Guy
  3. Well I can tell you that it is the Husqvarna 125b. I bought one several months ago, it gets used about 10 minutes a day and has been run on Aspen fuel. Then it stopped working. Seized engine. The dealer said it would be a warranty but our trusted Husqvarna said no, it must be fuel or operator error. Well that is just nonsense but they won't budge. Not only am I massively disappointed, I am furious! This is exactly the kind of service that has made our country crap and the global laughing stock. Furthermore, one of my trucks was broken into recently and chainsaws were stolen. They are insured and the claim is going through and I will have the opportunity to replace with the same, or I could choose a different brand. So Husqvarna UK, should I now switch to a different brand for ever more. I have been loyal to your brand for a long long time and understand how things work, but this blower situation is beyond the pale. I'm not expecting anyone to reply to this, except Husqvarna. One mightily disappointed customer!
  4. Morning! Day 8 is here, and its a big one! Today only you can grab the Stihl BR600 Backpack blower for £335 + VAT!(£402.00 inc) This is a huge bargain, so grab one quickly! Remember phone orders only, until 5pm!
  5. Here's the 6th deal! Tomorrow(Tuesday 16th December) you can grab a Stihl BG86 handheld blower for £175+VAT! This will be available from 8am, so give us a call to grab a bargain! The exclusive code, to go with the famous carol will be "Geese". Number here is 01962 857951
  6. Hi, I am considering investing in the Stihl KombiSystem, and am looking for experiences with the Blower KM-BG as well as other KombiSystem tools like the Pole Pruner and the Scrub Cutter.


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