Are you looking for help with your equipment? If so, we have how-to videos for blowers, chainsaws, lawnmowers, pole saws, tillers, and trimmers.

Blowers

You should always clear the leaves from around hedges and property first. Decide on a single place where you wish to pile the leaves. Work in a sideways motion moving the tube in a U-shape pattern, forcing the leaves towards the center of the area you wish to collect them from.


 

Part 1 of 5: Backpack Blower Intro.  Learn how to properly assemble, fuel, start and maintain your Husqvarna backpack blower.


Part 2 of 5: Backpack Blower Assembly. Learn how to properly assemble, fuel, start and maintain your Husqvarna backpack blower.


Part 3 of 5: Backpack Blower Fuel & Lubrication. Learn how to properly assemble, fuel, start and maintain your Husqvarna backpack blower.


 

Part 4 of 5: Backpack Blower Starting.  Learn how to properly assemble, fuel, start and maintain your Husqvarna backpack blower.


Part 5 of 5: Maintaining Husqvarna handheld blowers. Learn how to clean the unit and also change it's air filter.


First, push the purge bulb until fuel flows into the clear tube. When the engine is cold, close the choke. Next set the throttle lever to about 1/3 open. Hold the top of the blower firmly with your left hand. Pull the starter knob slowly until you feel it engage. Repeatedly give the backpack blower starter knob vigorous, strong pulls. Once the engine is running, gradually open the choke, if it was set to closed. Let the engine run at idle speed for a minute to warm up. To shut down the engine, move the throttle lever to the idling position and press the stop switch.

Chainsaws

Watch this video to learn how to sharpen your chainsaw chain using the Husqvarna chain filing kit.

POWERSHARP - SHARPENS YOUR CHAIN ON THE SAW,  ON THE JOB... IN SECONDS....!


 

In this chainsaw tutorial you will see how to work with a chainsaw when it comes to felling, limbing, cross-cutting and safety. Different techniques are shown in a pedagogical way. So regardless of if you're a pro or an amateur it might be a good idea to check it out. There might always be something in your technique that you can perfect.


If your Husqvarna chainsaw is run by a two stroke engine, it always needs to be fueled with a mixture of gasoline and two stroke oil. Follow these steps to mix two stroke oil and unleaded gasoline for your Husqvarna chainsaw. First make sure that you mix accurately. Never refuel while the chainsaw is running or hot and make sure your fueling area has plenty of ventilation. After refueling, remember to move at least 10 feet away and watch for any spillage.  It is important to make sure you are using the right type of fuel. A good quality unleaded fuel is needed. Be sure to use 89 octane or higher unleaded fuel. For best results, use Husqvarna brand two-stroke engine oil that if FD certified.  Always mix gasoline and oil in a clean fuel container, not in the chainsaw's fuel tank. Fill half the amount of gasoline to be used. Add the entire amount of two stroke oil. Shake the fuel mixture for 10-15 seconds. Add the additional gasoline and shake for 10-15 additional seconds. Pour the fuel into the tank to 80% of capacity. To ensure your Husqvarna chainsaw is properly lubricated, check your chain oil. Good chain oil should demonstrate good adhesion to the chain and should maintain flow characteristics regardless of weather.


 

Part 1 of 6: Chainsaw Intro. Watch this series of chainsaw how-to videos featuring safety, fuel & lubrication, bar & chain, starting and air filter instructions.


 

Part 2 of 6: Chainsaw Safety. Watch this series of chainsaw how-to videos featuring safety, fuel & lubrication, bar & chain, starting and air filter instructions.


 

Part 3 of 6: Chainsaw Fuel & Lubrication. Watch this series of chainsaw how-to videos featuring safety, fuel & lubrication, bar & chain, starting and air filter instructions.


 

Part 4 of 6: Chainsaw Bar & Chain. Watch this series of chainsaw how-to videos featuring safety, fuel & lubrication, bar & chain, starting and air filter instructions.


 

Part 5 of 6: Chainsaw Starting. Watch this series of chainsaw how-to videos featuring safety, fuel & lubrication, bar & chain, starting and air filter instructions.


 

Part 6 of 6: Chainsaw Air Filter. Watch this series of chainsaw how-to videos featuring safety, fuel & lubrication, bar & chain, starting and air filter instructions.


Lawn Mowers

Watch this video to learn about Husqvarna automower installation, including where to set the charger, how to lay the boundary and guide wires, and how to connect the wires to the charger.


Follow this easy video guide on how to change oil in your Husqvarna lawnmower.


This video shows how easy it is to adjust the cutting height on your Husqvarna lawnmower using only one lever.


 

Part 1 of 4. Learn about the Husqvarna RZ-series zero turn mowers. When you purchase a Husqvarna zero turn mower, you know you're getting the best.


 

Part 2 of 4. Learn about the premium features and controls of the Husqvarna RZ-series zero turn mowers.


Part 3 of 4. Learn proper operation techniques for the Husqvarna RZ-series zero turn mowers.  Topics include starting, steering, stopping, blade engagement, cutting deck adjustment, etc.


 
 
Part 4 of 4. Learn how to maintain your Husqvarna RZ-series zero turn mower. Topics include lubrication, deck leveling, blade replacement, changing the oil, air filter replacement and cleaning.


  

Learn how to solve some of the most common problems faced by lawn tractor owners: Won't Start, Won't Accelerate, Won't Idle and Won't Move.


  

Learn how to maintain your Husqvarna Lawn Tractor.  Topics include: How to Start, Changing your Oil & Oil Filter, Changing your Air Filter and Changing your Blades.


 
 
Part 4 of 5: Replacing the blade on a Husqvarna lawn mower. Watch this series of lawn mower videos, featuring: fuel & lubrication, safety, starting, blade care, cleaning and maintenance instructions.


Pole Saws

Watch this video for an easy method to avoid having the bar get stuck when you cut thicker branches with your Husqvarna pole saw.


Tillers

 
 
Part 3 of 4.  Learn how to operate your Husqvarna tiller.  This video covers fueling, starting, tine operation and control and stopping.


 
 
Part 4 of 4.  Learn how to maintain your Husqvarna tiller.  This video covers tine maintenance, checking and changing the oil and replacing the air filter.


Trimmers

Follow this easy video guide to changing from a trimmer head to a grass blade on your Husqvarna brush cutter, safely and effectively.


Check out this video showing how you easily start a Husqvarna trimmer in a few simple steps, even when cold.


Husqvarna's trimmer head does not have to be removed for easy installation. First release the body from the head by pressing the indentations on both sides of the head and lifting off. Remove the spool and discard any leftover line. Hold the loose ends of the line together with one hand and witht the other hand, find the middle. Hold the spool in your left hand and take the middle loop and hook it over the slot in the spool and wind half over each side. When you have about 1 foot left to go, insert the line in the notches on the outside rim of the spool. One side will cross over the center to attach. Insert the spool into the body and pull the line into the metal eyelet openings. Reattach the head to the trimmer.


 

Part 1 of 6: Trimmer Intro. Learn how to assemble, fuel, start, re-spool and maintain your Husqvarna string trimmer.


 

Part 2 of 6: Trimmer Assembly. Learn how to assemble, fuel, start, re-spool and maintain your Husqvarna string trimmer.


 

Part 3 of 6: Trimmer Fuel & Lubrication. Learn how to assemble, fuel, start, re-spool and maintain your Husqvarna string trimmer.


 

Part 4 of 6: Trimmer Starting. Learn how to assemble, fuel, start, re-spool and maintain your Husqvarna string trimmer.


 

Part 5 of 6: Trimmer Re-spooling and trimmer line replacement. Learn how to assemble, fuel, start, re-spool and maintain your Husqvarna string trimmer.


 

Part 6 of 6: Trimmer Maintenance. Learn how to assemble, fuel, start, re-spool and maintain your Husqvarna string trimmer.