Category Archives: Repair



Winterizing your Equipment

Winterizing your Equipment As construction season is winding down and hunting and snowmen building come to mind, so should the upkeep and winterizing of your equipment. Here is a checklist to help get your saws and equipment ready for work come spring: ___ Clean your saw thoroughly, removing all dust  and debris, and wipe clean.…
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Air Filter Cleaning

Air filter cleaning Some of the most frequently asked questions about saws are about the air filters. How do I clean the filter? When do I clean it? Should I clean it? When do I replace the filter? The answer is simple – let the saw tell you. The DON'Ts Air filters are made to…
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Keeping Your Equipment in the Best Condition

One of the simplest ways to keep your equipment running like new and out of my repair shop is to clean it regularly. Cleaning after every use is optimal to prevent constant dust build up. It's especially important when you're using a wet cutting saw. Without regular cleaning the dust and water create a sludge-like…
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Fuel Related Issues

Fuel Related Issues With Spring finally here in Minnesota, starting up equipment for the first time of the season can cause some problems. One of the biggest challenges I see with equipment that has sat over the winter is "no-start" complaints. No-starts are common with equipment that has sat over the winter and is preventable…
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Meet Shack, Expert Mechanic for Esch

Having problems with equipment? Looking for tips on machine performance or safety? You've come to the right place! Esch is proud to have Dan "Shack" Shackleton as a mechanic. With lifelong experience and training in and after high school, Shack is skilled in fixing, maintaining, and proper usage of any and all of the equipment…
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