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 Post subject: BELT SANDER BRUSHES
PostPosted: Wed Sep 14, 2011 9:32 pm 
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A friend of mine has a RYOBI belt sander and the brushes are u/s.
RYOBI and RYOBI DIRECT apparently can't/won't help
Anyone know where he can get replacements
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 Post subject: Re: BELT SANDER BRUSHES
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A guy at work yesterday told me he was struggling finding a lamp for his Ryobi worklight and that he contacted Ryobi and they said they have stopped making them :?

Not much good buying any of their tools if they are not going to sell the spare parts to fix them :cussing:

Have you tried here- http://www.ryobispares.co.uk/html/sanders.html

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 Post subject: Re: BELT SANDER BRUSHES
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Any good??

http://www.knighton-tools.co.uk/acatalog/Ryobi_Carbon_Brushes.html


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 Post subject: Re: BELT SANDER BRUSHES
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 Post subject: Re: BELT SANDER BRUSHES
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Let us know how you get on, I've got one of those sanders.

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ultimatehandyman wrote:
A guy at work yesterday told me he was struggling finding a lamp for his Ryobi worklight and that he contacted Ryobi and they said they have stopped making them :?

Not much good buying any of their tools if they are not going to sell the spare parts to fix them :cussing:

Have you tried here- http://www.ryobispares.co.uk/html/sanders.html


is it the fluorecent bulbs i have at least one he can have foc :thumbright:
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Ryobi-18V-Fluor ... B000W8IY4E


http://www.saving-light-bulbs.co.uk/ene ... 117ad16910

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 Post subject: Re: BELT SANDER BRUSHES
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pistonbroke1957 wrote:
Evening all
A friend of mine has a RYOBI belt sander and the brushes are u/s.
RYOBI and RYOBI DIRECT apparently can't/won't help
Anyone know where he can get replacements
Cheers


solent tools are great for spares for all manufacturers including the ones that don't do spares
http://www.carbonbrush.co.uk/index_file ... RUSHES.htm

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 Post subject: Re: BELT SANDER BRUSHES
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Thanks Big-All,

I'll show him that tomorrow :thumbright:

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 Post subject: Re: BELT SANDER BRUSHES
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i think you can get them from any proper electical wholsaler as they are standard bulbs

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 Post subject: Re: BELT SANDER BRUSHES
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I very much doubt Ryobi made the bulbs :lol:
Surely its just a standard bulb?


This is my local spares shop, very helpful....
http://www.mtmc.co.uk/

Think BA has reccomended them in the past.

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 Post subject: Re: BELT SANDER BRUSHES
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He's sorted the lamp problem now with your help.

The problem was that the writing was no longer on the old lamp, so he contacted two Ryobi websites. Both of which said they could not help as the torches are no longer in production.

He could find similar lamps with two prongs, but none with four.

He is sorted now, thanks :thumbright:

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 Post subject: Re: BELT SANDER BRUSHES
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yep miles tools :thumbright: :thumbright:
machine mart used to do them dont know iff they still do
postage was the killer somthing like £12 for 2 bulbs

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 Post subject: Re: BELT SANDER BRUSHES
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Success. He got the brushes from knighton tools.
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 Post subject: Re: BELT SANDER BRUSHES
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excellent glad you got it sorted thank for taking the time and trouble to let us know how you got on it makes it all worth it :thumbright: :thumbright:

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