Go thee off to fleaBay and obtain the ream McCoy, the Master Appliance Co. HG-751B. Accept no
substitute. Patience will produce the gun for less than $50.00 delivered. The 751, and 761A are the
early model and are basically equivalent to the 751B. Parts are available for all three. The 751 has a
slightly different lower efficiency motor so it draws more current for the same output. The rest of them
you mentioned will die soon. A brand new in the box HG-751B can be had from a reputable distributor
for $90.00 and then the shipping, probably a total of $100.00 or so.
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Date: Thu, 5 Apr 2007 12:40:08 -0600
It's dead Jim, after six months of hard work it went up in a flash & smoke. Seriously, flame on dude.
So, should I replace my $30 Milwaukee low/hi unit with a pricier version (the Milwaukee 750 for $70,
which is similar in appearances to the Master Appliance 751), go with the "digital" readout Wagner for
$50+, or just stick with the less expensive $30 Milwaukee version? They all seem to be made in China,
so likely they have the same parts!
Thanks in advance
"Of course the game is rigged. Don't let that stop you--if you don't play, you can't win." --Robert Heinlein