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Posted in response to Cleaning a Lortone LS-14 Slab Saw from Ken Dinneen on June 23, 2011 at 00:06:32:

Re: Cleaning a Lortone LS-14 Slab Saw

I have seen several people who siphoned the oil out of the saw. Ace Hardware has a large assortment of clear tubes that is fairly cheap. If you want to make a filter that is very reasonable you will need: Buy at least a � diameter hose, get a rubber plug that will fix the hose. Place the plug in one end of the hose, take a funnel and fill the tube with oil and place in saw. Next place tube end with the plug in a bucket and remove the plug. This should start the drain process.

If you want to make a filter that is very reasonable you will need:
2 5 Gal Paint buckets
4 Pcs wood 2X2x12
1 Brown paper bag from the grocery store

Take one bucket and drill the bottom full of �� holes. Place the wood 2X2�s evenly in the bucket that doesn�t have holes. Next take the bucket that you drilled holes in and place in side of the other bucket, insert the brown bag in to this bucket and drain the oil in the paper bag. This will remove all the big pieces of rock and about 90% of the finer pieces.

From Joe Davis - June 24, 2011 at 08:02:07
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