I've got a Keencut Rondo to repair/service.
I didn't know what a Keencut Rondo was/is, until I Googled it.
I also sourced some photos of it.
It cuts circles and elipses in mount-board and glass, for artwork/picture frames.
Should be fun.
I've downloaded a PDF. It looks simple. It sounds a 'piece-of-cake'; but there again, the PDF is the Instruction Manual file for new purchasers of the Rondo, produced by ~ you've got it ~ Keencut.
Fixing it will probably be like riding a bucking bronco, wearing nothing but a poncho, whilst holding an umbrella in a one hand and a glass of wine in the other.
I'll let you know.
PS.: If anyone needs a load of spare parts of a Keencut Rondo in about a weeks time, do let me know; or direct them toward me, because once I've stripped it down, I may not be able to remember where all of the whirring, rotating parts go back to.