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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 12-29-2009, 06:08 PM Thread Starter
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Default Ryobi RE600 quit on me

I have a Ryobi Re600 3 1/2hp Plunge router that started to act up on me, by slowly turning over when the switch is turned on. The second time it made a stalling noise like it wanted to go but barely making 20 rpms.
Now it won't even make a sound.

Does anyone know of a repair place that works on Ryobi Routers or a place to send it in for repairs (last resort) I'm in Oregun near Washington state. The yellow pages here suk.

thanks

Never mind, just had to go a little more on the search paramaters.

But while I'm still editing this, I need a router to use in my table setup for routing acrylic panels from 1/4 to 3/4 thick, gotta have power and longevity mainly use fin a table setup so weight is no problem, if I can get the Ryboi fixed I'll need another one for spare/backup or main use,and not cost an arm and a leg, throw some idea at me

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post #2 of 3 (permalink) Old 12-29-2009, 07:59 PM
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Hi Charles,

I know HarrySin wouldn't be fond of me for saying this but... Makita 3612C, the newer Tritons. But, you have many different router "makes" to choose from.

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Hi Charles - about the least expensive 3+ routers I know of are the Hitachi M12's and Freud 2000/2200's. Running about $150 reconditioned. May score something on eBay though. Lately been seeing some DeWalt 625's on there. Most come in pretty cheap but seldom leave that way.
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