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|06-17-2011 12:22 PM|
|dutchman 46|| |
Originally Posted by Router Newbie View Post
|06-17-2011 02:13 AM|
|Router Newbie||I had the same problem with my Bosch POF 500A. Replaced the missing brass piece with a small ball bearing inside the locking handle slot. I was cautioned to tighten gently as it can damage the plunging rods if too tight. Fortunately I found the missing piece the next day on my garage floor.|
|06-13-2011 07:53 AM|
Hello N/a |
I would guess that for some reason, the brass pad ,very small, slipped out of it's proper place! I have had that happened several times! I had the plunge handle loose. If memory serves Me, there is a small brass piece (1/4 by 3/42), or close to that. It can slide out of the hole and back inside the router! I needed to take it apart, and tap the unite on a piece of wood, covered with white cloth and it fell out. Then with a tweezers, put it back in place. It rubs on the shaft, I believe, and when You release the button, it grabs the shaft. I could not tell anything was wrong by touch. It felt OK. So it is worth a try!
|06-04-2011 07:36 AM|
Ryobi RE175 - Will not stay/lock in plunge position
My Ryobi RE175 will not stay or lock in the plunge position.