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    angle grinder

    any ideas where I can get a Stanley angle grinder repaired in pattaya. cheers

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    Do ask Snub.

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    If I may ask, why do you want to repair it.

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    Doubt you can but if its a simple brushes issue I'd try Amorn in Tukom basement.

    Stanley stuff is cheap throwaway junk anyways so just buy a new one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fondles View Post
    Stanley stuff is cheap throwaway junk anyways so just buy a new one.
    Concur
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fondles View Post
    Stanley stuff is cheap throwaway junk anyways so just buy a new one.
    That's right you just make the guy feel better. Just take the tool to any competent tool repairer and he'll bodge it. If it's a brushes problem it'll be a simple bodge.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NamPikToot View Post
    Do ask Snub.
    first post...

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    Quote Originally Posted by aging one View Post
    first post...
    Yeah, his third post was about him too - also tangential.

    Guess he's settled in for the day.

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    ^ speaking of grinders

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pragmatic View Post
    Just take the tool to any competent tool repairer and he'll bodge it. If it's a brushes problem it'll be a simple bodge.
    Do I win?

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    no brushes like new. its the forward ball race. as a couple of u sugest buying new, how much, ball park.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lob View Post
    as a couple of u sugest buying new, how much, ball park.
    680 Watt 4" 865 Baht.

    1050 Watt 4" 1,720 Baht.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lob View Post
    no brushes like new. its the forward ball race. as a couple of u sugest buying new, how much, ball park.
    Any half decent mom & pop hardware shop will sell you a new ball race. Then a fan/water pump/motor rewind repair shop will put it on for you.

    Bearing about 100 baht.

    Need a hobby ? Get it fixed.
    Need a grinder? Buy a new one.
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    fondles from ur tradesmans take wot would u recomend for replacement. thanks barty, checked this morn, 1k bt. neal ,,, and the difference between hobby and needing a grinder, is,, ??

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    ok, found a repair shop siam country club road. a 3 or 4 door shop selling pumps motors compressors , and electric hand tools. down by sukemvit road just a few doors along from the lights on the north side of the road. repaired while u wait , and cheap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NamPikToot View Post
    Do ask Snub.
    Why not Loy Toy ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by helge View Post
    Why not Loy Toy ?
    He is not around here nowadays.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lob View Post
    ok, found a repair shop siam country club road. a 3 or 4 door shop selling pumps motors compressors , and electric hand tools. down by sukemvit road just a few doors along from the lights on the north side of the road. repaired while u wait , and cheap.
    Well done that man.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lob View Post
    fondles from ur tradesmans take wot would u recomend for replacement. thanks barty, checked this morn, 1k bt. neal ,,, and the difference between hobby and needing a grinder, is,, ??
    For little grinders like that I just buy the cheapest and treat then as disposable... Hitachi is often on sale for Bt.600 at Hardware house.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lob View Post
    fondles from ur tradesmans take wot would u recomend for replacement. thanks barty, checked this morn, 1k bt. neal ,,, and the difference between hobby and needing a grinder, is,, ??
    Sorry missed this.

    Hobby? Well finding a new bearing then riding around looking for a place to replace it. Time, fuel et al. Maybe project would be a better term than hobby.
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    Most grinders come with an extra brush.

    I'am serious !

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