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it is the coupling inside of it called a flex coupling and it seem s like it is made of wax or something. tomorrow i will go to home depot to see if they carry metal ones that won't break.

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Go to Dremel.com and download an owners manual for detailed instructions for this tool.

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hello. You loosen the arbor at the base of the shaft closest to the tool. There is a tiny wrench in the kit that came with the dremel, or you can use a pair of pliers to loosen it. Joe

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Remove the collet nut and collet then unscrew the sealing cap (black plastic ring), this has the same thread as the inner of the multi kit tool, so just screw on the tool then replace the collet and nut

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