Question about Remington 111409 - 01 6" Branch Wizard Electric Pruning Saw
Apparently, although the two halves are screwed together, the unit is riveted to the pole. Those rivets appear to hold the housing together. On mine, it stopped rotating and I think the commutater brushes are bad. I may drill out the rivets, repair the motor and bolt the unit back to the pole (in place of the rivets). horny385, you are a **** and not clever or helpful.
Posted on Jul 18, 2010
To Joe handy. How did you solution work out? I've got the same
problem. Did you drill out the rivets, repair the motor and bolt
it back together?? How did you get the chain sproket wheel off the
Posted on Aug 05, 2010
Lossen the bolt ******* with this invention called a wrench they sell these at sears near where you bought the saw
Posted on May 27, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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