Hey guys. I was talking to the maintenance guy at the condo complex that my mom manages today. I brought up Husqvarna and he replied by telling me how crappy the hedge trimmer that they use there is. I found it odd because it's only 2 or so years old. He said that you have to the keep the thing level and that it won't run when you tilt it sideways. He also said that you can't keep the blades very tight without the thing bogging down so he says in order to keep the blades running fast enough to cut, you have to loosen them up and it does a crappy job. First off, how do you fix the problem with keeping the thing level? I mean, it's impossible to trim a hedge and keep the dang thing level. I've heard about those things they put in trimmers to make sure they run correctly when you're edging. I can't remember what they were called. But what about the blades? That's just dumb. Bad engineering? He's pretty bummed out cuz they spent $400 plus for it. The model number is like H255 60 or something. I think they still make the model. Anyway, anybody know what the deal is? I probably should have posted this in the repairs forum. Moderators, if you wanna move it, go ahead. Thanks guys!