When I went for my Bosch sabre saw this morning the plug was missing so
I went to
Menards and got a Makita model 4324. I bought a pack of blades along
with it, the
other-than-Bosch kind. When I opened the Makita box, there was a
blade inside, but it was a Bosch type. The instructions didn't mention
anything about it,
but does this tool take both types of blades? The Bosch type that was
but the small cross-tabs don't seem to insert up into the shank the way
in a Bosch. Just curious, before I rip open the package of new blades
I bought and
find out they don't fit.
I'm a little bit puzzled by something. Is "the plug was missing" British
understatement for some horrible disaster or were you saying that the thing
on the end of the power cord that plugs into the wall to transfer power was
: J. Clarke wrote:
: the thing
: on the end of the power cord that plugs into the wall.
: Isn't there a single word in Boschian for this, like:
Yep, that's the word. In a closely related dialect (Metoboianski)
How on earth did you lose it -- have it plugged in
through a car window and you forgot to unplug it before driving off?
Big cat? Got really hungry?
-- Andy Barss, most curious
I was completely unprepared for it - pulled it out of the van and half
the length of the
cord and plug were missing. Dangling out the door and getting caught
I drove by is a definite possibility. Anyway, I like the 59.00 Makita
- it's nice and light, and has
orbital action and variable speed. The Bosch I'll keep in the shop and
will stay in the truck.
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