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Leviticus BennettBernard ClydeAustin Bradly Roach on Facebook7 Deadly Sins of Tool Repair - Pro Tool Review | Recent comment authors
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Leviticus Bennett

I like your point that improper do-it-yourself repairs can lead to bigger problems that could prevent the tool from being repaired altogether. My father just gave me all of his tools because he’s moving into a smaller home. Some of them aren’t functioning properly, so it’d be great to get them repaired.

Bernard Clyde

I agree that you should listen closely to your tool see if there may be something wrong. It can be dangerous to ignore those warning signs if you start hearing something out of the ordinary. It’s important that you not only identify an issue in time, but that you find someone who can help repair it accurately so that it doesn’t break and potentially harm you later on.

Austin Bradly Roach on Facebook

another way of saying #6 is “know what you’re doing”… seen so many great tools ruined by user error/incompetence… including batteries.


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