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Hi, One of the plastic gears inside the gear

Hi, One of the plastic gears inside the gear box has worn teeth and one tooth missing. Is it possible for me to order replacement plastic gears. If so,how much would the cost be including shipping. Thank You Dennis

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Honestly Dennis - these bad boys are quite vicious and go up like jack-in-the box when you attempt to take them appart - I would recommend you bin it and buy a new one.

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