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  1. #1
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    drop light magnet

    anybody been losing or breaking the cheap clip on the magnet for there droplights? I have had a few of these and like the magnetic feature, and called ARS the other day. A replacement magnet is available for 20 bucks. That is a lot of money for a cheap magnet. The light is 38. Got a craftsman that is basically the same light and can't seem to find a replacement magnet. Any of you had better luck?


    r404a

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    I always used break the light or cord first and stopped buying them
    “If You Can Dodge A Wrench You Can Dodge A Ball”

  3. #3
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    Get a strong magnet from a h/w store. Make a custom magnet holder from paper clip or coat hanger wire. It's easier if the bought magnet has a hole in it 'cause you probably can't drill this sintered magnet material.

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