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Need to change collet that broke


The collet is simple to replace - it will pull out if you unscrew one of the large bolts enough. Keep unscrewing the bolt that holds in your bits, and the collet will fall off in your hand. 1/4" or 1/2" replacements are easy to find on eBay or any Skil dealer.

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I have problem with my collet in my router. As soon as I tread the nut on the collet squeezes to the point I can't get a bit in. If I put the bit in the collet then try to tread the nut on it will not...


Never tighten a router collet empty. This will bend the collet smaller and it will be too tight.
Simply replace the collet. Call the Mfg the collet may be off specs a few thousands of an inch.
When not using the router store the nut loose on the threads enough it doesnt fall off.

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Want to put in new 1/4" collet cone.......how


Undo the collet nut then find something that you can get a firm grip on the old collet and pull it out. If this doesn't work and it is still stuck carefully try an eze- out to remove the old collet. Once you have removed the old collet just insert the new one and replace the nut.

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The collet stocks and I don't know what to do? Any advice will be good, thanks


Hi, W/D here.

The collets are a friction fit, and tend to bind after being left in one position for a time.
Try this: Tap the bit, if there is one in the chuck, towards the motor. This sometimes creates the slack needed to remove the bit. Put a little light oil on the collet before you replace the bit.
If no bit is in the collet, try a light oil, and tap directly on the collet with the chuck collar off. Also, tapping from different angles after adding the oil will help to dislodge the collet.
One other method is to set and hold the shaft lock after oiling, and try to rotate the collet slightly while exerting an outward (pulling) force with pliers or channel locks. Be careful with this method, as too much force can result in damage to the collet.
Best regards, --W/D--

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How do you change the collets on the Hitachi m12v2?


Matt, Remove the collet nut completely. The collet should come right out of the end of the motor shaft. Put the other collet in it's place and replace the same nut. I assume you are switching between 1/2 inch and 1/4 inch tools.

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I have a Durabuilt rotary tool model S1J-FE2-10 that I can't seem to get to hold a bit. The directions say to hold the spindle lock button down and put the bit into the collet and tighten. I doesn't hold...


User Error! There are different diameter collets. I bet you are using a larger diameter bore collet than the bit outside diameter. Collet can be purchased at any hardware store. To remove unscrew nut, remove collet and replace with proper diameter.

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How does one change from one collet size to another size. My Freud router came with the 1/2" collet installed and I need to change to the 1/4" size supplied with the router to fit a bit I want to use....


I just did this on my black and decker router. You need to unscrew the nut that holds the collet and remove it altogether. Then slip out the collet in there and replace it with the new size. Take care to notice how it goes in when you take the old one out. Then rescrew the nut that holds it in place and tighten. My router had three collets and only one of them works for each size, so if it doesn't tighten properly, it may be the wrong size. Good luck.

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Try using a tapered wood screw or sheet metal screw as an extractor. Choose one of a size that will let its tip go down into the broken collet and get a grip when you twist it. If that fails, you might use a screw extraction tool.

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Any time I have ever come across this problem over the years the cause of it is a damaged collet due to overtightening. The solution is to replace the cone shaped piece ( the collet ) and take care not to overtighten in the future.

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Changing Bits: 1. Unplug the tool. 2. Turn the knobs on either side of the tool to loosen the base. 3. Remove the base. 4. Press the spindle guide to lock down the shaft. 5. Use a wrench to loosen the collet. 6. Remove the bit and collet. You may have to tap on the collet to loosen; careful not to tap on the cutting edges of the bit. 7. Insert the new bit and collet. 8. Use a wrench to tighten the collet into place. 9. Replace the base.

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