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Threads gone in base plate

Need new base plate pluse screws and the piece the screws go in to can find spares on web site

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  • chaz_hurbetb Mar 13, 2009

    hitachi sv12sg palm sander 240v

  • chaz_hurbetb Mar 24, 2009

    need new base plate plus screws plus plastic legs cannot find spares on web site so could tell me where the nearess shop is for spares i come from suffolk post code ip19 8sa can you help

  • David Ford
    David Ford May 11, 2010

    What is the model number and brand and I will try to help

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OK here is what I found at Hitachipowertools.com on your sander. If I am correct it should be a quarter sheet starting with the legs (if you need them) part number 322-756 qty 2, tapping screw 311-945 qty 2, base 322-759 qty 1 and screw 949--216 they show qty in pack of 10 so I would only order 1. Hope this helps and if you have trouble finding them let me know your location and I will try to find someone for you. Good luck

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    David Ford Mar 25, 2009

    I havent been able to find anything local for you, by Suffolk I take it you mean England, I will call a Hitachi rep and see if he can help me.

  • David Ford
    David Ford Mar 27, 2009

    No luck with rep but you might try this number 1-800-546-1666 it is a dealer locator number. Also you might look in your phone book under power tools and try that way. Sorry I couldn't help more.

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