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do all routers have the ability to leave their cradles or what ever they are called!
just got this old one and i want to mount it under a tabletop but to easily remove it for changing bits.
so far i have not found a release button other than the big lever for alterning the depth.
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HI

Yes most can

Black and Decker 7614-04 Parts List and Diagram - Type 1 : eReplacementParts.com

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do all routers have the ability to leave their cradles or what ever they are called!
just got this old one and i want to mount it under a tabletop but to easily remove it for changing bits.
so far i have not found a release button other than the big lever for alterning the depth.
thanks all



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That last one at $75 was expensive!
still have not found a release button
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Hi

Looks like you will need to take at look at the rack gear to see how it works.
You may need to remove it..so it will let the motor come out free.
You still have the bar clamp to lock it in place..


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That last one at $75 was expensive!
still have not found a release button
thanks



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thanks
nothing obvious!
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