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Hi: If you are going to use the router in the table, remove the springs. That way your not fighting the spring tension when you make adjustments. You can release the lock
and adjust from the top of the table by using the adjustment knob. Taking the router in and out of the table should not hurt anything anyhow. I have the Oak-Park table and I do it all the time, it's the only way to change bits and/or bushings. It sure is easy when the router is on top of the table. Woodnut65
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