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I cannot loosen the collet on my stylus ion. I only used it about 3 times. I read not to try and lock the tool while it's running. I never did this but wonder if my son may have by mistake. Would that cause the collet to become lodged and if so what's the solution?

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Like anything that gets wrenched too tight, something has to give

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