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Help Find My Model Number
The best way to find the right parts for your router is to know your model number. This way you can take out the guess work and bring up a list of parts specific to your router. If you still have your owner's manual, you can quickly find the model number there. Otherwise, you'll have to do a bit of searching on the tool to find the information you need.

Check on the tool's nameplate. Sometimes you can find the model number just under the manufacturer's name. Otherwise, check on the back or sides of the unit for a sticker or ID plate that includes the information you need. Once you find the plate, note the model number and the type number--if it's listed as you'll need this to bring up the exact parts you need.

If you're still having trouble finding the information you need, give us a call and we'll happily help you find the number and parts you need.
The Knowledge You Need
Some router repairs are simpler than others. You may already know how to replace a depth ring, but some other repairs, such as motor repairs, may require you do a little research. Luckily, you don't have to go digging on the web to find the answers you need, since we have plenty of repair resources to help get your repair finished without a hitch.

Check out our Repair Center where you can find how-to articles that outline every step of your repair from start to finish. We have hundreds of articles there, so you should find something you need to help get through your router repair. If you don't find the answer you need there, check out our Repair Forum, where a community of experts comes together to discuss DIY projects and help other users who have hit snags in their repairs.

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Router Spare Parts Shipped Fast
When your router breaks, you'll want to fix it as quickly as possible. A broken router can derail wood-working projects flat in the middle. You can take your router to a repair shop, but that's an expensive and often time-consuming solution. Fortunately, there is a better way.

All our in-stock parts ship within 24 hours, so that means you'll spend less time waiting to get back to your projects and more time routing the wood with the tool you already own. Since we stock thousands of power tool parts, you'll get the parts you need--fast!

We can also help you get a special order if you don't see the part you need for your router on our site. Just give us a call and we'll do everything we can to help you get the parts you need.
Old Woman\'s Tooth
Routers have been used for decades by woodworkers and pattern makers to help etch designs into wood. The narrow blade that projects beyond the base has been given the nickname Old Woman\'s Tooth. While early versions were used by hand, by the 1940s the first electric routers began helping woodworkers get the job done even faster.