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Using a Royobi ERT241200 plunge router to make a channel in Rafiata pine. After some 3 m of succesful cutting, toolf drops down, thus making a deeper cut. Second occurence,and I am no expert. Can not see any defect in either chuck on 6mm simple cutting tool. Any advice please. Andrew at

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Could be a couple of things
1. too deep a cut could pull too hard on the bit and make it lower

2. bit not all the way in the chuck. put bit in as deep as possible, then pull out about 1/16 inch, then titen

hope this helps

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