Question about the Guide Stop Adaptor for the Festool OF1400

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Forum topic by thiel posted 09-24-2011 03:45 AM 831 views 0 times favorited 0 replies Add to Favorites Watch
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09-24-2011 03:45 AM

Topic tags/keywords: festool of 1400


I ordered the guide stop adapter for the Festool 1400 router (the guide stop is part number 492601)... Amazon has it here:

The problem is this: Amazon has now TWICE shipped me the product with the pieces jumbled loose in an unsealed box! When the first box came unsealed (not even any packing slip) I assumed that I didn’t have all the pieces. When the replacement showed up it had additional parts I’d not seen in the original box, but since it TOO was open and there’s no documentation, I don’t know whether i have all the parts.

I got:
—Two big plastic/knobbed guides that attached to each other (and sit on the rail)
—One thumbsrew
—One t-shaped metric scale thingy
—One round head machine screw

Is that everything? Was I supposed to get something else in the box?



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