MK saws anyone using them

crazymike

LawnSite Senior Member
Location
Ontario
For those using electric saws. Some people report that they have trouble tripping breakers. What do you do in these cases if the customer is not home?
 

STL Ponds and Waterfalls

LawnSite Bronze Member
Location
St.louis MO
For those using electric saws. Some people report that they have trouble tripping breakers. What do you do in these cases if the customer is not home?
Run a cord to the neighbors.:) Seriously that's when you get a huge cord and some type of breaker. Or make sure the customer is home.
 

Twitchy

LawnSite Senior Member
Location
long island NY
A tripped fuse is mostly caused by water in the extension cord or put too much load on the blade. I have 2 back up cut off saws too. One is a partner 750 (can't kill it) and a brand new makita. Blew that up on the 2nd day. They're set up for California emissions. Makita gave me new one to replace it. I'm looking into another 10" electric maybe a new husky, the mk is getting tired. The husky's have a big cutting tray for caps and lg pavers.
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kmzlawncare

LawnSite Senior Member
I have a small ck electric saw I use on small jobs work fine with a 50' 10 gauge cord.
 

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