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Go to one of the replacement parts websites, like www.ereplacementparts.com and look at the exploded parts diagram for your router. It should give you a good idea of the spring position in the assembly. Even a different type number should be close enough for you to see this.

Not sure why, but the www.ereplacementparts website was down when I tried to access it. I wanted to provide a link direct to the web page for your router. I hope it's just a computer glitch because I buy most of my tool repair needs from them.

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