Question about Craftsman Single Speed Rotary Tool
There is a collet type on most rotary type tools. This is located on the end of the tool where the grinding wheel is inserted in the device. The collet has a normal thread pattern. Turn counter clockwise to loosen the collet. Some time the collet gets tightened to toght and then just take a block of wood and gently hit the collet to see if this will loosen the bit.
Posted on Mar 16, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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