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Burgess Vibro-tool Deluxe

Need info on how to change bits & if I'm missing a set screw There is a heavier spring with my set & I need info on it also

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Between the set screw and the bit. Use pliers to unscrew. U may need to hold the bit so it does not burn at the same time. Just like a drill :)

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