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Where can I get a 1/4'collet for porter cable router model 690

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  • rlpaddock Jul 02, 2009

    I live in Ontario Canada. Northwest of Ottawa.
    Postal code is K0J 1S0
    My manual shows the item I want as a 1/4" Collet Assembly that includes the collet,nut, and snap-ring.I require the full assembly.
    Do you have a list of repair centers in my area that I could contact?
    Thanks for the help.

    Ron

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I show the part number as 42999 for the accessory and they also list 876669 for the 1/4 collet. Give me the general area with zip code and I will try and find someone locally that can help you

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    David Ford Sep 09, 2009

    Just found your reply, sorry don't know where is was but tried finding somebody in Canada with no luck, Suggest going to Dewaltservicenet.com and click on the Porter Cable in the header and then on finding a service location. Hope this helps and also they might be able to ship if you place the order online.

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