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Old 19-01-2018, 12:49 PM   #31
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Have to agree. I find polyfilla works better and comes in larger pots
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Old 19-01-2018, 01:19 PM   #32
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Just read a couple of posts from two guys on the NRM forum about the Dremel like tool and both seem happy with their purchases power wise. So I wonder if they have improved it or yours was a duffer 2 years ago? Cordless tools are often let down by dodgy batteries, I would take yours back and see if they will swap it many of their power tools come with 3 year warranty it's worth a punt.

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Possible,,,,,,,,,,, That is why my other post started with the line. "if it is the same the one I bought couple of years ago."
It is also possible that as they have only just bought them they have not yet put it to the test or used it much and after doing few jobs with it they may then find that it was not quite as good as they thought. Time will tell.
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