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9 minutes ago, jamesd said:

Dont worry! these are no where near me. Looks like two decent machines similar to what im after though

 

That axminster will make a thousand pounds plus and is a re branded record planer.

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If you list your number in your description it stays on and if your sharing in a msg just but letters between numbers it's a computer that blocks the messages with address and number in it don't recognize it's a phn number if there's letters in the mix 

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4 minutes ago, jamesd said:

Ah okay thanks for the advice. Been looking at sedgewick 260's they seem like decent machines but a bit out my budget..

Now your cooking on gas james. Different league all together and a fully professional machine used in many joinery shops. I use a 300 mm sedegwick 3 phase and runs 250 mm timber like fresh air.

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2 minutes ago, Mark armstrong said:

If you list your number in your description it stays on and if your sharing in a msg just but letters between numbers it's a computer that blocks the messages with address and number in it don't recognize it's a phn number if there's letters in the mix 

I have done that mark and spaced them out.

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Steve ( se7enthdevil ) on here has a cracking planer/thicknesser for sale and a 3 blade cutter block.That really gives a super finish over a 2 blade machine.Not big money and its 240v 

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22 minutes ago, Mark armstrong said:

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Another good option is to write your number on a bit of paper and take a pic of it. Add that to the pictures at the end. Ive never been caught yet. 

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Haha true mate or in the background of what your selling it's a lot easier to put in the description call if you have any questions regarding the listing then your number haha a mate used to work for eBay told me they allow it also told me to put letters or words to break numbers up or post codes etc 

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