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    Re: Ryobi Carver

    CALLYNNE, I HAVE A RYOBI DETAIL CARVER MODEL DC500
    HAVENT HAD ANY PROBLEMS WITH IT. ITS ABOUT 3YRS
    OLD. ANY WAY I STILL HAVE THE BOOKLET FOR IT.
    HERE IS THE ADRESS AND A PHONE #.

    RYOBI AMERICA CORP.
    5201 PEARMAN DAIRY RD.
    ANDERSON, SC. 29625-8950

    PHONE - 1-800-525-2579
    HOPE THIS HELPS!

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      Re: Ryobi Carver

      Sounds like it might need a cleaning and a little lube job (emphasis on little) ... Not having seen one don't know how hard it would be to take apart .... clean the brushes and armatur and a drop of oil on the bearings/bushings and the blade holder mechanism. Shouldn't be too difficult and what do you have to lose, it don't work now.

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