So I finally picked up some old equipment that was just sitting around, but it's been sitting around for a long time and most of it probably isn't worth very much. I need to decide if it's worth paying somebody to fix or if I should try to fix it myself. Here's what I have: 1. Echo GTR-200 trimmer. This thing only costs me $60 at the time I purchased it. I don't like curved shaft trimmers, but I could use a backup. At the last time I ran it everything was fine, but I doubt that it will start now. It's missing the handle, but I don't think that's a big deal. It's probably not worth paying to fix. 2. Echo Blower. I can get model number next time I mow, but it's an old Echo handheld blower. When I last used it there was an issue with it running at full power; it's been a long time, but I think the choke has to be on for it to run at all. This is one is questionable if it would be worth paying somebody, but maybe I could try to fix it. 3. John Deere 14 ST. I didn't even pick up this mower yet, since I'm already using space in my storage for all the other stuff that's not running. This one doesn't start and I noticed the self propel cable was not attached. To make things worse, one of the kids apparently took the fuel and oil caps off, so now stuff has been getting inside the engine. I might want to just junk this mower, but I did like it. I like the Kawasaki engine (if it ever runs again lol) and the handle is comfortable. 4. Toro GTS (I'm guessing it's model number 20107 because it looks exactly like the mower in the link below) with Suzuki. http://www.newhavenpower.com/toro20107recycler.html I bought this thing off CL and it's been one of my favorite mowers, but it hasn't had a whole lot of use. The engine is loud, but it used to mow almost as fast as I could walk, and it has a blade clutch. I seem to remember some issues with the blade slipping; but then it stopped starting. I'm guessing this one is worth paying for repairs, because it's probably hard to find another one. It really doesn't look bad for how old it is. 5. Echo Chainsaw (I can check model but I believe it's a CS-300; I'm sure it has 300 in the model). This and the Toro are probably the 2 most promising things. I bought this new a long time ago, but it hasn't really had a lot of use, considering how long I've had it. The rubber from the primer bulb is gone, but other than that it had no issues last time it was in use. What do you think? I know there's nothing that great there, but I could use backups, and I don't have another self-propelled mower or chainsaw. I don't have much experience with repairs, but I have cleaned out at least one mower carb, and it was easier than I thought. I'm sure the little carbs on the 2 cycles are more difficult though.