Tech support says bit ran hot and is stuck in the collet. They
suggested WD-40 to free or provide to service center. WD-40 doesn't
seem to help free it and service center is in Nebraska and we're in
Georgia. Used infrequently but is very handy when it is used.
Bits get stuck in PC trimmer collets, too. A few good whacks, er.. I meant
~gentle taps~, on the collet nut with the wrench oughta do it. If not,
remove the collet with the stuck bit, drill a 5/32" hole through a piece of
oak, insert the end of the bit in the hole, and tap the bit out from the
back of the collet with a drift pin punch.
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