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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 09-07-2012, 06:20 PM Thread Starter
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Hi, I am new to the site and have a really beautiful router (above) which detaches from the base and fits into a door planer base. Some one really loved it at one time and made a good sized carrying box for it with lots of bits and attachments. The motor however needs a new fan blade and I am wondering if anyone knows where to get replacement parts for this. I didn't have any luck on ereplacement parts but I have for other stuff.
Any information is greatly appreciated. Thanks, Michael
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Your best bet at finding one would be an old power tool repair shop. You might pick one up on Ebay for parts. This hasn't been made for over 40 years.

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Michael, welcome to the forum.

As a last resort you might contact Ron at Syracuse Industrial Sales, 1850 Lemoyne Avenue Syracuse, NY 13208, (315) 478-5751.

I don't think he ever carried this line but he has likely had someone bring one into his shop for repair and would have an idea where to get parts. Don't mind if he is a bit abrupt with you. Or opinionated. That's just his way. Just tell him that you had heard that he is the guy to go to. If you get a woman when you call that is probably his wife; tell her the same thing.

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You stated it as a motor fan blade. If it is actually a part for the motor then I would suggest going to a motor repair shop. The one we have here in town has sources for parts for every motor imagineable. The specialist in this case would very likely be your best source.
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hi emmy,

i just joined this group and it appears we have the same / similar problem. i made a fan for mine but i need some dimensional / parts details to finish. i just posted in introductions.

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