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  • #16
    Re: Catastrophic failure

    Originally posted by AngryBeaver View Post
    As catastrophic as this might of been for you, and I feel for you, I couldn't help, but, laugh...
    Ahhh, it was my own undoing. The stupid actions of youth - all piss and vinegar. And...(bring on the rim shot)...I had my own angry beaver to contend with.

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    • #17
      Re: Catastrophic failure

      Catastrophic...no arms or other limbs were lost? The tool did not implode or catch on fire? Not catastrophic...just a sour lemon in my view.

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      • #18
        Re: Catastrophic failure

        Ridiculous semantics discussion aside, I’ve just gone through four R2611 6” random orbital sanders in a couple of days. Each lasted about 2-3 hrs, w/80 grit sandpaper on some steps I’m redoing. In my opinion the CATASROPHIC part is the time it takes to drive the piece of crap back to Home Depot and exchange it. Give me my money back for my down time.

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        • #19
          Re: Catastrophic failure

          I know the Ridgid R2600(5") won PW's "Editors Choice" in their tool test(Oct. 2008 issue). I don't know if it is built the same as your R2611(6"). Good Luck with your replacement.

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