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Having trouble locking down plunge springs for table mounting. Nothing seems to be holding the turret in place. Spring defeat button not working properly. Turret has a cylinder with a flathead and slot for screwdriver and also a small spring on a metal piece which locks turret into different detents. Trouble is I lock plunge lock overide lever, move depth rod to highest position, remove collet chuck,depress plunge router, then press spring defeat button with rod in keyhole trap and spring defeat button doesn't disengage spring pressure. Router slides back out pulling with it the turret and then the small spring detent plug falls out.
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Having trouble locking down plunge springs for table mounting. Nothing seems to be holding the turret in place. Spring defeat button not working properly. Turret has a cylinder with a flathead and slot for screwdriver and also a small spring on a metal piece which locks turret into different detents. Trouble is I lock plunge lock overide lever, move depth rod to highest position, remove collet chuck,depress plunge router, then press spring defeat button with rod in keyhole trap and spring defeat button doesn't disengage spring pressure. Router slides back out pulling with it the turret and then the small spring detent plug falls out.
This is confusing. A picture would help. Usually, the turret refers to a little stepped cylindical piece on the router base that you can turn to set different depths for the depth rod. It has nothing to do with locking, or unlocking the plunge machanism. Maybe you mean somethiung else. Also, this plunge base would not work very well at all in a router table since there's no fine adjustment on depth of cut. You'd be better off using the fixed base.

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Here are pictures of my 1619EVS. Can anyone see that I have a part missing? Notice the turret cylinder just slides right back out the hole when router is inverted. I followed instructions for preparing router for table mount. Seems like spring defeat button is not working (should be disengaging spring pressure). Does anyone have a parts diagram showing minor parts? The owners manual only shows functional description. Or, does anyone have a parts diagram link I can go to? Thanks.....frustrated bosbit.
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Galen, I added the owners manual and the parts diagram for your router in our reference section. Looks like you are missing a push nut. You can download the files here: http://www.routerforums.com/bosch-ma...tml#post240519

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Galen, I added the owners manual and the parts diagram for your router in our reference section. Looks like you are missing a push nut. You can download the files here: [url]http://www.routerforums.com/bosch-manuals/29115-bosch-1619evs-manuals.html#post240519
Mike, thanks so much for your kind reply. I appreciate the time you took to help me. I had considered actually buying a fixed base router, however, I couldn't afford one quite as nice as my Bosch. I'll purchase the press nut and hope to be back in business with my table set up. I'm a newb to forums so bear with me, and thanks again....Galen
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