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Unhappy Ssars model 320 17542

This is their variable speed fixed base and noticed someone asking about collets -mine accepts both sizes.
I have a problem that while almost new turning it on it only does a slow turn, light works and brushes are good. any suggestions or junk this chinese made for another? Thanks
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move to the head of the class and get a Bosch 1617EVS-PK....
they rule...

Bosch 1617EVSPK 12 Amp 2.25 HP Combination Plunge and Fixed-Base Router Kit

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What Stick said . BTW Welcome to the forum

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Welcome to the forum. Stick just posted a trouble shooting chart a few days ago for someone else. You can track down a member's post by clicking on his user name, clicking on personal profile, find Statistics on a menu bar and clicking on it, then choose posts by that member. It was only a few days ago so it would be in the first page or 3 since Stick is a prolific poster on this forum.

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Welcome to the forum. Stick just posted a trouble shooting chart a few days ago for someone else. You can track down a member's post by clicking on his user name, clicking on personal profile, find Statistics on a menu bar and clicking on it, then choose posts by that member. It was only a few days ago so it would be in the first page or 3 since Stick is a prolific poster on this forum.

If it's something simple, repair it. It it's not then replace it.
a week ago in this thread...

http://www.routerforums.com/general-...t-working.html

PS,, take a short cut.. click on members uploads and the you can easily find the upload and or thread it is in...

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Sears carried a private labeled Bosch 1617EVSPK which they called the 26620. Even then they had to mess with perfection and replaced the sub base plate with a crappy Sears version. They then produced a bunch of models similar to but in no way equal to the 1617.
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