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You may as well call Customer Support as they will need to tell you what to do and have the warranty on the router. If not sure about using it don't, just call and explain the problem. Friction causes heat and while a motor will get warm it and its connected parts should unless you've caused it to come in contact with a friction source....bit and wood.................
 
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