If you re-read my post carefully, I said Husqvarna does not offer service manuals, This could be for any number of reasons- not enough demand, hassle in producing, forcing customers to their sanctioned repair shops, liability for incorrect information, whatever; their call. However, that does NOT mean there are no service manuals legally AVAILABLE just because Husqvarna chooses not to sell them now.You started your rant in post #3. You said you knew Husqvarna did not have any service manuals before you started the thread. After I told you there were no manuals available, at that point you went off on Husqvarna and others for not producing what YOU WANT. I don’t know what being an engineer has to do with your argument, but being an instructor in this field and just about the same age, plus working in this industry for 50+ years, I do know that what you want may not be available. I also taught my students that, “If you may get mad at the answer, don’t ask the question “. So I’ll repeat the answer I gave before you started your rant. THERE ARE NO MANUALS AVAILABLE.
Whatever. As apparently one who must have the last word, you've got it. And I won't hold my breath for an apology impugning my character which again I noticed went unmentioned but has been reported.I replied in post #2 there were no manuals available and you relied in post #3 where you started your rant and that is where you stated you know they aren’t available. (The post numbers are in the top right hand corner). I saI’d there are no manuals available, what part of that didn’t you understand? In my TECHNICAL PROFESSION I think I know what is or is not available. If they are not available, you can’t obtain them. As I told my students many times, “If you may not like the answer, don’t ask the question”. If you would have trusted my first reply, post #2, we wouldn’t be have this discussion.