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Old 07-07-2005, 03:06 PM
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Black&Decker valve refacer

chuck is worn needs replacement anyone help on where to get parts for this item

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Old 07-07-2005, 04:22 PM
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went to www.blackanddecker.com I followed the customer support link and some other one..and i wound up on this site: http://www.dewaltservicenet.com/ServiceNet/logon.asp
i didnt go in(have to sign up, im too lazy too) but i imagine you can get the part there and some instructions on how to fix it.
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Black and Decker (Van Dorn) has about the worst parts availability and service for its industrial/commercial valve service stuff that I have ever seen.

Back in the seventies I needed a few parts for a seat driver. Only one service place in Michigan and they didn't even know what a stone driver was.

I even called the factory in Towsand Maryland and they would be glad to sell me a new driver for $450.00 but they stocked no service parts there.

I threw out the whole setup and went to Souix. Then to K-W.

You might try Silverseal.com or Goodson.com an automotive machine supplier. Good luck,, but I gave up on Black-Decker stuff, in general
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