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How do I change a power cord on a B&D 3310 router. Cannot take the top apart.
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How do I change a power cord on a B&D 3310 router. Cannot take the top apart.

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Thanks but no luck. I cannot separate the armature from the upper housing.
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Thanks but no luck. I cannot separate the armature from the upper housing.
more than likely the bearing is seized to the armature, the housing or both...
cut the cord at the damaged section and add a cord cap...
take it to a repair shop...
plan on a new router in the future...

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