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Like most bolt action bolts, you have to relieve the spring pressure. That means you need to pull back on the cocking knob on the back of the bolt. The bolt head will come off easily then. The bolt has to be in the exact same condition it's in when you **** the gun. Reverse to reassemble.

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Pretty much all bolt action bolts work the same. You need to relieve the spring force. That means pulling back on the cocking knob. The head will come off easily then. You need to have the bolt in the exact condition it's in when cocked, cocking knob back, to disassemble it. Reverse that to reassemble.

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  1. Disassemble the plastic container and douser cover
  2. Disassemble uper burr holder and take out 3 springs too.
  3. Disassemble the legs of grinder and bottom plate
  4. Disassemble the wires and swich(before disassembling be sure that you marked each wire)
  5. Unscrew the bottom plate of electro motor (2 screws you live just released)
  6. Take one METRIC BOLT M8 30 mm length and screw it in middle of bottom plate(it will pull the plate out slowly)
  7. Block the lower burr holder and unscrew the bolt in it. Instead that bolt you put one longer bolt (3-4cm longer)
  8. You stabilize the base of grinder and start to hit with hammer the bolt, each hitting will pull it bit down, you should move it 12 mm lower to get it out.
  9. Once when you have it out you can also change the bearings at your grinder not only revising the lower plate.
PS: Carefully with the pin in axis, it comes out easy, also it goes through bearing with rotor together. - I think i prescribed all stages of demoting the grinder motor(except windings) if you go for mounting with this manual only back ways i think you will succeed to put it back in function.

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TO DISASSEMBLE BOLT - Depress Safety

Cap' Lock Plunger #8 and turn Safety Cap

# 1 counterclockwise. Striker Spring #9

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TO REASSEMBLE BOLT - Replace firing pin

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  1. Disassemble the plastic container and douser cover
  2. Disassemble uper burr holder and take out 3 springs too.
  3. Disassemble the legs of grinder and bottom plate
  4. Disassemble the wires and swich(before disassembling be sure that you marked each wire)
  5. Unscrew the bottom plate of electro motor (2 screws you live just released)
  6. Take one METRIC BOLT M8 30 mm length and screw it in middle of bottom plate(it will pull the plate out slowly)
  7. Block the lower burr holder and unscrew the bolt in it. Instead that bolt you put one longer bolt (3-4cm longer)
  8. You stabilize the base of grinder and start to hit with hammer the bolt, each hitting will pull it bit down, you should move it 12 mm lower to get it out.
  9. Once when you have it out you can also change the bearings at your grinder not only revising the lower plate.
PS: Carefully with the pin in axis, it comes out easy, also it goes through bearing with rotor together. - I think i prescribed all stages of demoting the grinder motor(except windings) if you go for mounting with this manual only back ways i think you will succeed to put it back in function.

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