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 Post subject: Parkside spares
PostPosted: Thu Feb 09, 2012 8:21 pm 
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My Father in law - a very helpful retired sparkie, has been given an electric woodsaw from a similarly retired gentleman to repair. On inspection it needs new brushes and he is struggling to find a source (possibly because he calls the internet the webnet...)? The make is parkside - which unless I'm wrong is the make Lidl's sells - and there's nowt wrong with a lot of their gear. But because it's so cheap I'm not sure if there is a recognoised spares route, or it's just a case of bin and replace?

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 Post subject: Re: Parkside spares
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They are sold by lidl and come with a 3 year warranty as standard.
Suggest you google model and or part numbers if you are looking to buy spares.
Alternatively I'm sure you could buy brushes based on their dimentions to fit most things however as you say he may find its only a few £ more to buy a whole new saw if going for a cheap make again.

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solent power tools are your people
google "import powertool spares
http://www.solenttools.co.uk/p0/carbon- ... 314050.htm

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Hi all,

The same people who make Einhell products are responsible for Parkside and Challenge(Argos own brand) I think. ISTR parts are available for Parkside through the Einhell website.

http://www.einhelltools.co.uk/product-l ... d1482.html


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