Problem with ECHO Battery Saw

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Pretty sure the chain brake on these is a hard kill for power vs an actual brake

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There may very well be a fuse inside the saw or battery pack that may have blown. It should still be under the warranty, though, right?
Ya I moved the kickback and the chain runs free when moved by hand.. i think they may have fried something inside
Did you snap it all the way forward and do a full reset to the rear?

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They probably overloaded the thing that interfaces the battery to the tool. Iv seen it happen alot in brushless drills used for stuff like drywall mud. Should be a simple fix although idk if echo dealers can do that themselves

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