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Router R181FB1 depth adjustment jammed how do I release this

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Here is the operation manual for that model.
It tells you how to adjust the depth of your cut.
http://powertool.manualsonline.com/manuals/mfg/ryobi/r181fb1.html?idRes=597983

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SOURCE: ryobi router model r181fb1

im not familiar with that router but most have below the bit two nuts that you use wrenches to loosen. some have a pin to lock the spindle in place

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im not familiar with that router but most have below the bit two nuts that you use wrenches to loosen. some have a pin to lock the spindle in place

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