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Old October 15th 03, 02:26 PM
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Default Craftex Lathes

Hi all,

Is anyone in here familiar with the Craftex brand of lathes from
Busy Bee Tools in Ontario? I bought their model B2227l this summer.
So far, I doubt that I have much over 20 hours on it, and the motor
is shot. Starting winding, a local motor service shop tells me.
Thank goodness for warranties...

Has anyone else experienced this problem with this type of lathe?


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