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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If it is a late design, there should be a button, on the 'head' of the grinder, which stops the disk from turning.
Then you should have a spanner key, that fits in the nut that holds the disk on, turn in the 'Left hand down' direction to remove.
However, if it does not have the said mechanism,
you could always use 'Shock' treatment to remove the disk.
Take a hammer.
An old flat blade screw driver.
Now wedge the disk so it doesn't turn, and place the tip of the screw driver in one of the holes, of the nut that holds the disk in place.
Now strike, until it comes loose.
This method works every time, but there is a small amount of damage incurred.
ps. Don't hit your hand:)
Good luck with that.
Posted on Jul 24, 2009
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