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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You already know Remington(Power) is no longer in production. You may not know all replacement parts are very difficult to find and this brand requires a constant supply of them. I think you are going to invest time and money in a saw that next week will need a part you cannot locate or manufacture.
IMO your time and money will be better spent on a name brand replacement saw. Wen produced a quality product in the past and are again offering electric and petrol chainsaws. If available in your area, a critical examination discloses a quality product, and you are willing to gamble on them remaining in business they are a good alternative. We rarely get questions for McCulloch or Poulan. I do not foresee their stopping production within my life time and should also be considered.
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Posted on May 07, 2010
Remington saw has gone out of business, and finding parts can be a hit or miss experience. Motor brushes in particular are quite rare, so you need to be resourceful in finding a similar brush used in other small tools. Visit a small tool repair shop or check with Ace Hardware (our local store has a whole display box of various sized brushes). If you do find something, buy more because these saws seem to eat brushes for lunch! Good luck!
Posted on Jun 08, 2010
Remington Saws have discontinued operations, and any available parts for the saws require diligent searching on the web. These saws seem to eat motor brushes for lunch, and nearly every owner is looking for brushes as well. Your best bet is to try finding a similar brush from a different tool that might fit. Look to any power tool repair facility for whatever help you can get. A small company making replacement brushes would seem to be a lucrative enterprise. Good luck!
Posted on Dec 30, 2010
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