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Maddawgg

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About Maddawgg

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    Lanny
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  1. Thanks for the reply. I think I am catching on to Dewalt's number and lettering system.
  2. I am thinking of buying a thickness planer and have been looking at the Dewalt 735 and the Dewalt 735X. I am sure I displaying my ignorance here but what does the "X" stand for?
  3. Thanks for the replies. I think my problem was tied to the battery not being strong enough for the job. I put a full charge on both batteries and tested them on a couple long flush trims on scrap plywood and had no further problems. Thank again.
  4. Looking for info on Dewalt and Craftsman tools. I just bought a dewalt dw600b trim router and I am using the 20v batteries from the hammer drill kit I have . I just did a flush trim on a door I built and the router lights would flash and the router would shut off. It says to in the manual to check battery charge level as the battery may be weak. Does anyone know if my model router is a battery eater or if I have a problem with the router that needs service. Thanks
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