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Help. Cannot remove the nut on the dremel

When I put the hex nut on the dremel to use the saw attachment. I only tightened it finger tight. The saw itself tightened it down much more while in use. Now I cannot get the thing off and the little push button just pops back out when I forcefully turn the nut to loosen. Any other suggestions on how to get it off?

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HELLO ,you must keep your thumb on the push button while trying to loosen the nut it sounds like your pushing the pushbutton in and then letting it go as you try to loosen the nut , i also have a dremel and i made the same mistake when i first got my tool , Hope this truly helps you get it off , I thank you for letting me try to help you Sincerely Glenn

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