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Replace it, grind off the rivets and remove all the wood and replace with a new handle. Or you can make one from a Hickory limb or other hard wood, you will have to shape it by carving away excess wood.
You can tell by how the handle meets the stick/pole. Do not go by price. You should look for tools with the most support. As far as hand tools, same thing. Keep in mind that various weather conditions and proper handling do matter. I prefer wooden hand tools from LLBean. But if left out eventually the wood will dry out and split.
Hi! It sounds like one of your blades is jammed on something. Easy to fix! Make sure the garbage disposer is switched off (not necessary to unplug). Any large wooden handle tool (not a wooden spoon or plastic broom-they snap..1 to 1 1/2 inch diameter) axe handle, wooden broom ect., put the handle into the bottom garbage disposer on an angle. get nthe handle against the bottom and side where they come together. With gentle pressure, rotate the wooden handle until you feel it stop. This will be a blade..there are usually 2 at opposite sides inside there. Push against it till you feel it break loose in a clockwise direction. Once forced loose it should run again. Whatever jammed it will still be in there so you can to grind it up but it's advised to look with a flashlight and locate and remove the object. FYI...if your disposer is ever non-responsive, there is a red button either on the bottom or back of the disposer. This is a re-set button. Good to know. Let me know if you still have problems. Hope this fixes it for you!
Maybe replace the broken wooden handle with a similar length metal one. I'm sure it could be welded or fastened to the metal plate in some sturdy fashion. If not, check your local hardware store for shovel handles and the like. They usually last for many years.
Hi I have the same machine that has been taken apart and so it's now a pile of spare parts. When you say new group head, do you mean the collar of the group head, or do you need a new group handle and basket ? I live in Sydney if you want to get in touch.
I had to replace all the wood on my grill. I used a wooden clothes dowel rod for the lid handle (planed one side flat, routed a grove for the insert and kept the old wooden insert), replaced the shelves with 5 in. redwood fencing slats (2 per side works better than the original 3 in. slats), and used a smaller dowel for the bin handle. It is now better than new.