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Hello to all, i bought a wood router about a year ago and then moved home and lost the instructions before getting chance to use it.
I am unable to get the router bits into the router securely as the diameter of the shaft on the bits that came with the router appears to be larger than the piece in the router which, is supposed to grip the shaft.
Am i doing something wrong.
Thanks in advance for replies
 
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