but it took a dump on me. I bought it used many years ago when a local shop closed its doors. It gave many years of flawless use and just died on me one day. I called Easton, and they informed me that they no longer make the saw but did tell me who made the motor. I contacted them and they thought the carbon brushes might have worn out, so they sent me two sizes of new ones, and they didn't help either. I checked the switch and the connections looked OK. I even took the motor to a sweeper repair shop, and they couldn't help either. Its a great saw, but when/if it goes south on you.... well, I would wish you luck.
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