Here is a list of all the postings Brian White has made in our forums. Click on a thread name to jump to the thread.
|There's nothing wrong with the machine - it works very well. I am curious to know, hence the question, if one Company with little or no integrity can legally operate using another Company's efforts to cover their own shortcomings.......|
Anybody up to date with the laws governing the instructions supplied with woodworking machinery?
At the beginning of June I purchased from Lyndhurst Woodworking a planer/thicknesser -same model but slightly cheaper than the Axminster AW 106 PT. The instructions supplied by Lyndhurst Woodworking were appalling and on phoning their office, it was suggested that I download the instructions supplied by Axminster for their machine ! With no other option, I did and used these instructions to set up my machine, but in my opinion this is a cop out by Lyndhurst and totally unfair on Axminster, who have taken the trouble (and absorbed the cost) of writing and supplying decent instructions for their customers. Had I known this I would have purchased the Axminster machine.
Anybody got any comments ?
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