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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 03-12-2008, 03:09 AM Thread Starter
 
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loo king for parts for my craftman router model 31525070 part number 262378401 know where i can find thanks

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Have you tried Sears.com to find the part?

Here is a link to the page with your router.

http://www.searspartsdirect.com/partsdirect/retrieveModelActionHome!retrieve.action;jsessionid =bl47yF+KthJuBUGekqgF1w**.shcapp3306?modelNumber=3 1525070&pop=flush#diagram

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sears has discontined parts for router need armature
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Hi grantgjensen

This is a major part you may want to just put it in a box and keep it for parts.

I'm sure you can find the same model on eBay at a very low price but why it may be time to think of buying a new one that can take on the 1/4" bits and the 1/2" ones as well with just a bit more power..

You can get a combo kit from Sears with both, plunge and a standard base for a 100.oo bucks..a great router at a great price.

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I have to agree with Bj on this one, a switch, brushes, or something along those lines you can fix or make something work... an armature is time to move on IMHO.

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You might try a tool repair shop but chances are they won't carry one nor be able to get one.
Bobj and Brian are correct. best to pack up in a box and save for spare parts. If you are lucky enough to find an armature, chances are, the price for it won't make the router worth it.

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