Question about Ryobi Tools & Hardware - Others
My plunge router wont plunge. Cleaned the posts and it works slightly better, but still binds up. Can anyone recommend a lubricant for the posts to ease this problem?
Are you cleaning the area that contains the springs also and if so I would use something like a dry lubricant so that it won't attract more dust and dirt but we both know that eventually it will. Coat the posts with this and allow to dry and then push up and down on the motor to lube the bushings and you might have to do it again. You can also try a small amount of 3 in 1 oil but use sparingly.
Posted on Feb 16, 2009
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