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Winco F3030-0


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Old 02-12-2019, 10:45:53 PM
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Default Winco F3030-0

Hello, all. I picked up this pretty clean old Winco a few months back for a project I've been working on. It worked poorly, and I pulled the rear brush caps to find them stuck. This seemed to get it going pretty well, but figured I'd check the fronts as well.. well when I did that, one of the bakelite caps crumbled. I tried fitting other caps in there but I can't find anything quite the right size. Online searches have found almost nothing on this particular model. (f3030-0) Any ideas where I might find a cap to get this going again?
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A possibility.


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