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    Re: G110v2 repair?

    I called Meguires in Australia and they were less than helpful!

    They said, we have stopped selling them and have no parts.

    Looks like I have to chuck it in the bin.

    A $300 lesson about Meguires products.

    They said if I wanted to try replacement bushes I would have to search for them by going to power tool repairers to find any that might fit!

    I have to travel 560k to do that as I live in the country.

    Bloody pathetic!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Re: G110v2 repair?

    Does it feel like its shorting out when you use it? If so its probably just the power and is a relatively easy fix as I mentioned earlier in this thread, definitley don't just chuck it.
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    Re: G110v2 repair?

    http://www.autogeekonline.net/forum/...-w-photos.html

    This should help you! don't send it for repair do it yourself.

    And if you can't handle the repair yourself i suggest asking a friend/family.

    It look like an easy fix.

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    Re: G110v2 repair?

    That thread is exactly what I was referring to, I just didn't have the time to write it out, and those pictures probably help out a lot. In fact, that would have probably helped me a little to when I changed out mine; I'll have to make a mental note of it for future reference if I ever need to do the fix again.
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    Re: G110v2 repair?

    Very easy to fix if the cord is shorting out. It took me about an hour.

    James

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    Re: G110v2 repair?

    Quote Originally Posted by 1994Gen1L View Post
    Very easy to fix if the cord is shorting out. It took me about an hour.

    James
    Good to hear .

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    Re: G110v2 repair?

    Quote Originally Posted by AkiraQc View Post
    http://www.autogeekonline.net/forum/...-w-photos.html

    This should help you! don't send it for repair do it yourself.

    And if you can't handle the repair yourself i suggest asking a friend/family.

    It look like an easy fix.

    Although unorthodox for a Meguiar's forum, the link you posted AkiraQc should be in a sticky thread around here.

    Mine is usable again!!


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