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Jul 30 '16 at 13:48 comment added Ecnerwal Hang it on the wall with a plaque that reads "Grandpa's Router" and get a Porter Cable to do work with. Some tools just don't ever work all that well due to poor design - and that will be very frustrating indeed. I'm fairly sure this is one of those. Not affiliated, do own one, used to own a Craftsman that was similarly frustrating (and scary to boot) to the B&D mentioned, the difference is huge.
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Mar 2 '16 at 7:02 comment added keshlam Quick reminder that there is now a Woodworking area.
Oct 22 '15 at 21:07 comment added ojait The way I've fixed the problem of a router bit moving was to push an o-ring onto the shank (after the nut and collet). It must also fit into the router mandrel so it may take some time to locate one.
Jun 5 '15 at 12:39 answer Jeff Pritchard timeline score: 0
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Oct 31 '14 at 2:48 comment added keshlam What make and model of router is it? Lock mechanisms are often adjustable for wear... or you may have lubricated something you shouldn't have, and need to clean it to get enough friction.
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