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Elkay water fountain, model# erpb2_8c,how do I take apart to replace water spout?


There are between two and four screws, probably 1/4' or 5/16' hex, on the underside of the cooler. Remove them. Make sure the water is shut. There should be a valve similar to those found under your bathroom or kitchen sink coming out of the wall where your cooler is mounted. Locate the plastic tubing that supplies water to the bubbler, (water spout), and press in the collet. The collet is a collar that slides back and releases the tubing. While pressing the collet, pull on the tubing. It should slide right out. Now you must remove the mounting nut, and viola! You can remove the bubbler.

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The collet stocks and I don't know what to do? Any advice will be good, thanks


Hi, W/D here.

The collets are a friction fit, and tend to bind after being left in one position for a time.
Try this: Tap the bit, if there is one in the chuck, towards the motor. This sometimes creates the slack needed to remove the bit. Put a little light oil on the collet before you replace the bit.
If no bit is in the collet, try a light oil, and tap directly on the collet with the chuck collar off. Also, tapping from different angles after adding the oil will help to dislodge the collet.
One other method is to set and hold the shaft lock after oiling, and try to rotate the collet slightly while exerting an outward (pulling) force with pliers or channel locks. Be careful with this method, as too much force can result in damage to the collet.
Best regards, --W/D--

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How do you change the collets on the Hitachi m12v2?


Matt, Remove the collet nut completely. The collet should come right out of the end of the motor shaft. Put the other collet in it's place and replace the same nut. I assume you are switching between 1/2 inch and 1/4 inch tools.

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you just need to replace the collet, should be able to find one online easy enough,

oh, and make sure there isn't any rust inside the collet, that could make it slip

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On my older Sears router there is a lever on the base near the collet nut that you slide to engage the motor shaft to lock the motor shaft for bit changes. On newer models you may have a button or different mechanism to lock the shaft. After the shaft is locked you can use a small wrench to loosen the collet nut, usually by turning it counter-clockwise (viewed from the base). Once the nut is loose the bit should slide out (sometimes the bit is stuck in the collet and the nut may need to come all the way off to get them apart). Just replace the bit with a new bit with the same shaft diameter, tighten the nut, and you are set. If the new bit has a different shaft diameter than the old bit you may need to change the collet also (in general, different collets are used with different bit shaft diameters).

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I would suggest going to Dewaltservicenet.com and typing in your model number for an owners manual for this tool. If you still need more help let me know and I will try.

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sounds like the rubber connector between the motor and collet.i use rubber tubing and hot glue to keep it working. bad news is you have to disassemble it to install a new connector.

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get a hot glue gun and go to your local hardware store and buy a piece of tubing to fit the collet shaft fill with hot glue and press it on the shaft.

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I can't find a 1'4" collet for a Milwaukee DG14-50-Q die grinder. The removable collet chuck came with 6mm & 8mm collets. The collet Id No is 48-66 0965 but is no longer made. Does anyone know of an...


The 48-66-0970 has ribs on the outside and fits the old 5195 die grinder. If this is accurate let me know and I will try further to locate it for you. Where are you located as this might help

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