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I'm trying out my dremel for the first time, and can't remove the attachment I've been using.

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Suggest that you go to Dremel.com and download a owners manual for this tool. They also have a toll free tech number for assistance listed there.

Posted on Sep 21, 2009

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your lock mechanism has worn out

I use a small drill bit towards the end of the rotary tool where

the air fins are and insert the drill into the fins to lock it down

then use the wrench to loosen .

make sure it's unplugged and don't be too forceful

Posted on Mar 27, 2009

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