I used to have my 625 in my router table. A few years ago I removed the
spring to allow for easier adjustment. I have now since put a PC in the
table and use the 625 for some other hand held stuff.
The thing is I have no idea how to put the spring back in :) Can someone
shed some lite on this for me.
Whoopsie. Upend the router, Note the orientation and remove the base
by removing the slip-nut adjuster and releasing the lever. Clean the
dust out of the body. There should be some brass ferrules that'll slip
into the ends of the springs that slip into the router body's slider
tubes. Lightly grease the outside of the base stanchions and slide the
things over the springs into the router body. Piece 'o cake. Tom
"If you're going through hell, keep going."
I have the instruction from a router raizer which shows how to
disassemble said router, I suppose I could scan a PDF and post it to
the binary group or email it.
note below for email
(sixoneeight) = 618
I could really use the PDF with instructions on how to do this. Mine
has the springs still in it, and it has been sitting at the same
settings for so long the whole machine is is stiff and full of
powdered shavings (upside down in the table), and I don't want to force
something I don't have to to get the springs out.
If you get around to scanning and making a PDF, would you please email
me a copy at:
Just take the SPACES out. My reader isn't all that reliable to get the
binaries from the group, so an emailed PDF would be a great favor to
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