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Changing bits

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SOURCE: How do i take the bit off of a dremel multipro

unscrew the collet nut, and then if it's still stuck, tap the end of the bit on the table or something solid. It'll come loose then.

Posted on Mar 16, 2010

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It should have a button on the Dremel itself near the bit the you push while turning the bit with the tool it came with or pliers may work

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