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regopit last won the day on December 29 2020

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  1. All of Milwaukee's Light can be registered.
  2. regopit


    No problem. I hope that it works out for you. Good luck
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    503 14-46-0059 Shadow Line Assembly 530 31-01-0006 LED Button Assembly Here is a link you should check out scroll down to the bottom it has photos of the install https://documents.milwaukeetool.com/54-40-2730.pdf
  4. regopit


    I'll see what I can do
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    To the Crew

    Have a Merry Christmas and a Happy New year or whatever Holiday you celebrate.
  6. The easy thing to do is send in to Milwaukee for service. It should be a warranty issue.
  7. Just like back in the days when you would call the IT department. They would always say Turn it off then turn it back on. That should fix it.
  8. In bright sunlight you are going to have a hard time seeing any laser line. For outside work your are best to use a laser receiver.
  9. Doing well. Thanks for asking
  10. It's not here in the States yet. I don't think it's bluetooth so you still would have to switch on the Vacuum and kind of defeats the purpose of being cordless. The sander still would need a hose to hook to the vacuum so you might as well have a cord and a hose so when you turn on the sander the whole rig turns on. Without a vacuum you just blowing dust everywhere.
  11. I picked this up a few weeks ago and have been using now to trim out and addition and for the most part I get a full day out of the battery. I replaced my Rolair JC-10 with the milwaukee.
  12. It's good to see then getting into the laser field. I already have have the DeWalt Green 360° 3-Plane Laser that cost $500 when I bought it a few years ago. So I don't see myself dropping $600 on a new one. 90% of my tools are Milwaukee but you have to draw the line somewhere.
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