We carry replacement parts, repair parts and accessories for 4 Echo Chainsaw models
Chainsaws make cutting through thick limbs or trimming a hedge a quicker, easier experience. A properly-maintained chainsaw is an efficient, hard-working tool, but it can start to run roughly if the engine is not kept in good condition. These simple tips can help extend the life of a chainsaw's engine and keep it running smoothly.
Remove the air filter for cleaning every five hours of use or 15 tanks of fuel. Chainsaws use soft, spongy filters that can be easily cleaned in hot soapy water. Once the filter is clean, rinse with cold water and allow it to air dry. Clean filters are more efficient, and with regular cleaning and maintenance, filters require one replacement per year.
Check fuel lines and the tank for any cracks, fractures or weak points that could cause dangerous leaks, and replace any damaged items with chainsaw repair parts. Use fresh fuel whenever possible, and completely empty the fuel tank during long-term storage. The fuel filter should also be carefully examined to see if it needs to be replaced, cleaned or repaired.
This chainsaw repair help tip requires the use of your chainsaw's manual. The manual should detail the proper ratio of oil and fuel for the tool. Motor oil should be avoided, and two-cycle air-cooled engine specific synthetic oil used instead. Blended gas is also potentially damaging to the engine, so use a gas free of ethanol and methanol.
Sears PartsDirect offers a variety of parts to help you keep your chainsaws working smoothly. For personalized help or to find the right part for your tool, choose your model from the list above, click the chat button, or call 1-800-252-1698.