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Tool inserts wabble

I bought a new Dremel Stylus. I took it out of the box. Charged it. and inserted one of the bits. When I turned it on (on low speed) I noticed that the tip of the tool bit was wabbling. I increased the speed and it just wabbled more. I tried it with all the inserts and every one of them wabbled. Is the machine head bent or what. I cna't imagine that all the bits are bent. Should I take it back and get a new one?

Frank

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  • fkortuem Jan 30, 2009

    Charlie:



    My mistake. I took a second look at the tool --- and acutally read the instruction booklet --- and found out that I was not inserting the bits all the way into the collet. I also didn't know that there was different collets for different bits. So anyway, I'm the fool and will be reading the insturction booklet from now on.

    Sorry for your trouble



    Frank

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Sounds like the head of the Dremel is bent. you should take it back and get a diffrent one.

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