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Help! I'm trying to replace the worm gear on my Triton router and can't find my manual - oops! Guess I did too good of a job of putting it away. Does anyone know where I can buy another manual? The page of replacement instructions refer to procedures outlined in the manual. Any help would be appreciated.
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Help! I'm trying to replace the worm gear on my Triton router and can't find my manual - oops! Guess I did too good of a job of putting it away. Does anyone know where I can buy another manual? The page of replacement instructions refer to procedures outlined in the manual. Any help would be appreciated.
Thanks, Jack.
Hi Jack (do not say that on a plane....)

What model router do you have and what country/state are you in?

I will check my manual when I get home.

I understand the worm gear is the Achilles heel of the triton router and spares are available. (no trouble with mine yet, touch wood)

James
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G'Day Jack from down under......if James cant help you with his manual....go to Woodwork Forums and see if you can find a post by Ray in the UK...he's a bit of a genius in sussing parts and knowledge with Triton gear....hope this helps.....AL....ps...where ya from?.....it would help!
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