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Posted 1/8/2011 1:49:00 PM
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 Hi all! Just wondering what's the deal with Dremel parts? Looking for parts for a Dremel 4000 series, and I couldn't even find a parts breakdown on line. After some digging around, I did find my manual and the parts diagram that came with the tool, but when I try to search the part numbers on line, they either come up as no longer available, or as not good part numbers. Finally I decided to search my 200 series just to see what would happen, and same thing with it as well! All of the stores in my area stock both the 4000 and the 200 series, so I can't understand why parts are not available! For years, I could sit down and order parts for my 20 year old 395, so why can't I do the same with either of my 2 year old tools? With Dremel's reputation and the quality of the tools, this is sort of a let down. I've always liked buying Dremels and supplies just to stay up to date, but I don't want to throw my older ones out either! We all talk about going green and recycling, so let's make parts easy to come by and keep the Dremels out of the land fills!
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