eReplacementparts.com Released the First Tool Repair Forum of its Kind

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eReplacementparts.com has released the first ever tool repair specific forum. It is designed to become an online community for tool enthusiasts and anyone looking for tool repair answers.

We want it to be a place where you can ask questions about power tools, and anything related to power tool repair…Power tool users run into very specific problems (when it comes to repair) - as the forum grows we hope that tool users everywhere can share their expertise if they have run into the same problem.

eReplacementparts.com just announced the release of their new tools forum. Tool enthusiasts now have a place to go where they can share their excitement, learn new techniques and get their questions answered. This is really the first forum of its kind. There are quite a few do-it yourself forums, hardware forums and woodworking forum but this is the first forum to focus solely on tool repair.

Co Founder, Dave Fairbanks, described it this way, "We want it to be a place where you can ask questions about power tools, and anything related to power tool repair…Power tool users run into very specific problems (when it comes to repair) - as the forum grows we hope that tool users everywhere can share their expertise if they have run into the same problem."

eReplacement parts plans to moderate the forum and highlight the questions that are asked most often so that it eases you in your search for your answer. It can be difficult to know what parts t order out of the hundreds of possibilities, this forum is designed to help ensure you get the part you need.

One of their biggest goals they say is to create an online community that discovers the answers together. eReplacements.com is striving to become the most comprehensive repair site of its kind. This new forum is a big step in the right direction.

About the Company:
eReplacementparts.com is one of the top repair sites in the industry leading in brands such as Makita parts and DeWalt parts. The release of their new tool repair forum is pushing them even farther ahead of the pack when it comes to tool repair.

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