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i need a bulb for a black and decker router.
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Hello Randy! Welcome to the forum! This is what I would do. I would check Your material that came with Your router. In the manual, They will give You information about the parts including the light bulb. There will be a number that identifies that bulb. Your hardware and tool supplier should have the replacement for that bulb. If Your unsure, take the bulb along with You. I hope that helps You.

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Randy, B&D parts are supplied by the DeWalt service centers or online.

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Light bulbs are light bulbs, take it out and take it to the Hardware store to get a new one..they all numbers on them just for that,,

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Light bulbs are light bulbs, take it out and take it to the Hardware store to get a new one..they all numbers on them just for that,,

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+1 on this. My old Craftsman uses a automobile tail light bulb.

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