I have used my Dremel 3000 on and off for 2 years. I like the size and the flexibility of the tool to clean up bits of rust, polish details or smooth rough edges after cutting wood.
Today I was using the Dremel to remove an old plastic gutter pipe glued int o a bend fitting. The Dremel just stopped. No laboured sounds . No smell of burnt coils or whatever burns in an electric motor.
I have checked the fuse on the Dremel and the power socket. Is there any c hance of getting this serviced (I doubt it) or is it another device for the landfill? Amazon are advertising a similar "Apollo" 170W device for £ 25 but of course its bulkier than the Dremel 3000 and the Apollo doesn't se em to have the neat chuck unscrewing setup the Dremel has.