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Need to purchase replacement part for a wts200l rigid tile saw

The arm which holds the motor stationary over the tray had snapped and I cannot find ANY replacement parts for this saw on Rigid.com

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  • Phil Rivera May 11, 2010

    What is the model number?

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TILE SAW WTS2000L ;THE UNIVERSAL GUIDE CATALOG NUMBER #:6006001.I NEED TO BUY ONE

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  • NewClassic Sep 03, 2010

    The Ridigid WTS2000L Tile saw is actually built by Chervron North America and not directly supported by Ridgid. You can reach them at 866-974-3443. This is a direct line for WTS2000L service.
    The Supporting Arm cost $55.48 with 2nd day delivery.

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Answer:It his very easy to remove the motor/wiper assembly so do not hesitate to do so:
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