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Posted on Ryobi planer. To fix or not to fix?

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#1 posted 11-26-2012 03:15 AM

Yep, I took it apart. The lower chain broke and I found the pin. ereplacementparts has the chain, but I don’t know…the blades needs changing as well. I would have liked to keep it as a backup for end grain cutting boards or painted lumber…

I’ll have to get 220 to the barn if I upgrade to a beefy planer, which is a another issue in itself.

There is a current post on craigslist in my area for a dewalt dw733 for $225. I’m considering it.

-- Terry, Hamlin, NY,

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