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Can the tool to remove the bottom end, freeing the armature be bought or failing that how do I remove?
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Do you want to remove the router from the plunge base? this is done using a 14mm spanner, as described in the manual on page 14
The manual is downloadable at
http://www.trend-uk.com/en/AT/trend/...91c2FfdjIucGRm

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I want to remove the threaded flange which has four cut outs so that I can remove and replace the armature.
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I understand now: you want to remove the collar (item 30).tool can be fabricated from a piece of pipe and a hacksaw. just note that it must be unscrewed clock wise ( left hand thread)

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DOO, Left hand thread, many thanks for your help.
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